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New Freitag ‘Peggy’ Bag

10 September 2012, 15.00 | Posted in Uncategorized, bags | No comments »

Freitag Peggy Bag 4 New Freitag Peggy Bag
The Peggy bag is the follower of Joan and Betty from the Freitag fundamental family. Made out of truck tarpaulin which travelled once on European freeways, every Freitag bag is a recycled individual product.

What makes Peggy a special and essential companion for intensive shopping tours, travel or just a beautiful daily accessory is the bag in the bag. Everything from keys, mobile phone and chocolate bars can be stowed safely. Chose your favourite style, from unicolor to lettering and get in directly online.

Find here below a video and that introduces into the qualities of the Peggy-bag and check more styles on the next page.


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Freitag Reference At 10 Corso Como

09 May 2011, 12.52 | Posted in Accessories, FASHION WITH A CONSCIENCE, bags | No comments »

freitag02 540x405 Freitag Reference At 10 Corso Como

Freitag, the Swiss made sustainable bag line who opened their first New York store last week is showing a new collection at 10 Corso Como.  Its signature use of truck tarp is fashioned into a collection called “Reference,” which takes  a more stylized approached to handbags like an imitation  snakeskin (above).  Designboom gives us a closer look on the flip. The bags are available here.

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NAU Pop-Up Store NYC

19 November 2009, 01.45 | Posted in Design, FASHION WITH A CONSCIENCE, Fashion, Retail, Stores | 1 comment »

IMG 98594 540x405 NAU Pop Up Store NYC

One of the coolest factors of the NYC retail scene is that the dynamic turn around of locations  and spaces allows for vacant store fronts that can be occupied by young exciting brands like NAU. Their pop-up store opened in Soho , NYC   last week with  a great assortment of apparel from their Autumn/Winter “09 collection as well as items from Timberland, Freitag and Horny Toad. The space just like the label  aims to be eco-friendly by re-purposing cardboard and wood while a portion of the proceeds go to various not for profit organizations. On the next page a  closer at what that caught our eye.

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