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Upcycled Tyre Women’s Slim Purse
Upcycled Tyre Women’s Slim Purse
Upcycled Tyre Women’s Slim Purse
Upcycled Tyre Women’s Slim Purse
Upcycled Tyre Women’s Slim Purse
Upcycled Tyre Women’s Slim Purse
Lost in Samsara

Upcycled Tyre Women’s Slim Purse

£20.00

This up-cycled tyre slim purse is the perfect size if you don’t want to fill your bag with bulky items. The recycled inner tubes are complemented by colourful cotton and they make the purse both elegant and fun to carry. It has plenty of space for cards and money, as well as a pocket for coins. Your purchase will contribute to keeping waste out of landfill and help protect the environment. What’s more, each time Lost in Samsara sell this purse, they plant one tree.

Your purchase from Lost in Samsara will contribute to keeping waste out of landfill and help protect the environment. It also creates job opportunities for disadvantaged artisans.

The making of these products provides work to 13 artisans.
The purchase of these provides living wages and training to disabled people, mainly victims of land mines and polio.

FREE DELIVERY ON UK ORDERS OVER £75

Cleaning care: Clean your card holder by rubbing gently with soap and water.

Specifications:
Approx 13cm x 10cm
Please note that due to the up-cycled nature of the item colours and texture may vary.

Colour outside is the same as the colour inside the card holder.

 

Marvi and Alessia founded Lost in Samsara in 2015 for people like want to wear the values they believe in. They wanted to expand the already available choice of modern ethical accessories so started creating their own.

Lost in Samsara recycle different materials that would otherwise go to landfill and transform them into accessories for every day use. The creation of these products allows them to provide employment opportunities for small cooperatives of artisans that come from underprivileged backgrounds.

Lost in Samsara believe that small actions count and that small actions multiplied by millions can change the world.

Marvi Scala and Alessia Di Marcantonio founded Lost in Samsara in 2015 for people like want to wear the values they believe in. They wanted to expand the already available choice of modern ethical accessories so started creating their own.

Lost in Samsara recycle different materials that would otherwise go to landfill and transform them into accessories for every day use. The creation of these products allows them to provide employment opportunities for small cooperatives of artisans that come from underprivileged backgrounds.

Lost in Samsara believe that small actions count and that small actions multiplied by millions can change the world.

All of Lost in Samsara's partners are fair trade certified (or strictly follow fair trade principles) and are hand selected. They’re working tirelessly to be the change they wish to see in the world; empowering the most disadvantaged people on the planet by providing them with vocational training and fair wages which creates long-term stability, boosts confidence and improves mental health. This has the potential to drastically reduce poverty in these areas.