Vegan organisation HFS Collective partners with animal-free product maker Piñatex to produce a new collection of pineapple leather bags.
Los Angeles-based vegan trademark name HFS Collective will present a line of bags made absolutely from pineapple leather this month. Business– which plans to complimentary women from baggage by producing comfortable-to-carry bags– is partnering with Spanish items brand Piñatex to produce the collection.
HFS– which was developed in 2012 by mother-and-daughter group Rachel and Debra Dennison– selected to handle Piñatex for its innovative strategy to animal-free leather and decreased carbon footprint (business uses pineapple leaves, a spin-off of the pineapple market) to establish its items that require no additional fertilizers, land usage, or pesticides.
“As a sustainable and vegan trademark name,” the developers notified VegNews, “we are continuously looking for new and innovative, sustainable products to make our bags from. With many issues stressing leather, we decrease to use it in any kind.”
Spanish designer Carmen Hijosa debuted Piñatex in 2016 with the goal to alter animal leather in the shoes, home furnishings, car, and fashion industry.
In May, design trademark name TAIKKA debuted its own line of pineapple leather handbags easily offered in its stores in Australia, Finland, and England, and online.