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Vegan Weekend Bag


Made from recycled tyre tubes and featuring Cotton handles, this sleek and sturdy weekend bag can be used for both trips away or holding your gym gear.


Fairtrade and handmade, these products are made by Green The Map in Delhi. Green the map work with the waste collectors and scrap dealers across the city to collect the waste and upcycle it. They use tyre tube, juice cartons, milk packets, beer cans, chips packets and almost everything that has been thrown away to give it a new life in the form of accessories, stationery and items of home décor. Nothing is wasted. One of their core principles is to create employment for people from marginalised sections of society, by engaging them in production, sales and other operational aspects of the business.

Made by: Green the Map in Delhi, India

Hours of meaningful labour : 14

Composition: Recycled Tyres, Cotton

Dimensions: 18″ x 10″ x 10″

Care: Wipe clean only




SO JUST SHOP curates accessories and homewares which create a better world for the women who make them. They thoughtfully source beautiful lifestyle products for their collection from female artisans in vulnerable and marginalised communities in 20 countries across the world. 

Their business is built on having fair and ethical relationships with the women they work with. As well as paying a living wage, they offer opportunities for training and upskilling, especially in male-dominated skills. All this helps these talented artisans towards economic empowerment. 

It also gives them the education and tools to provide for their families, which has a positive impact across their wider community. And ultimately, the whole country too, since they can make a sustainable and valuable contribution to the economy. It’s all-round good business creating ripples of change far and wide, which we love. 

SO JUST SHOP aims to lift 250,000 women and their families out of poverty through their ethical, sustainable products. Products which include block printed wrapping paper produced at a Fairtrade cooperative in Delhi, ceramics made using ancient Palestinian handicraft traditions and stylish upcycled jewellery.