Bag the bottom of the sea
Blue Planet II is not only a beautifully made and critically acclaimed TV documentary series but has brought to the fore the plight of the oceans as a result of climate change and pollution.
The BBC programme brought us so much wonderful footage of the ocean floor in its coat of many colours.
I try to do my own bit to help the environment through the materials I use - a recent report showed that synthetic fabrics like polyester are less harmful than so-called natural ones like leather, wool and even cotton.
|Bottom of the Sea Bag|
So here is my tribute to the wonders of the seabed in bag form.
Like psychedelic donuts in a kaleidoscope of colour, “Bottom Of The Sea” is a striking waterproof fabric specially designed for bags from a new shop in Poland, Inny Wymiar Szycia, which means a “different dimension of sewing” - I like to think that is what I am all about too.
The shoulder bag is reinforced with a base of Washpapa Aged Red, the waterproof vegan-friendly leather made of latex/paper, and gun metal protective feet that match the eyelets for the red handles and a rainbow zip that opens up to an ocean of blue cotton lining.
Now that your exploration into the depths of the net has brought you here, don’t let this beautiful catch sit on the continental shelf.
Fetch it from Davy Jones’ locker and let it brighten your wardrobe.
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