Combbags – inspiriert von Natur und Architektur


Ganze eineinhalb Jahre hat die gelernte Innenarchitektin Stephanie Haug in Produktentwicklung und Materialrecherche investiert, bevor sie sich ihren langjährigen Traum erfüllen konnte. Seit 2021 entwickelt sie vom ersten bis zum letzten Schritt skulptural-geometrische Taschen und Accessoires aus Upcycling-Leder. Per Hand. Im eigenen Atelier am Bodensee.

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SUSTYLE – sustainable and stylish bags


Shaped by her childhood in the Alps, many years of experience in the fashion industry and her scientific research on sustainable management, responsible design is a matter of course. Nathalie Haidegger-Riess brings her expertise and passion for sustainable management to the tote bags and shoppers of her label SUSTYLE, founded in 2022.

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frisch Beutel – Bags and packs from Hesse

Frisch Beutel

What began as a final project at the university was realized in ‘real life’ with a first “gym bag” and expanded into a bag manufacturer with its own workshop in Frankfurt. frisch Beutel has been producing bags, backpacks and accessories from the natural materials cork and leather since 2015. With an exciting mix of materials and a clean design. In Hessen. For the world.

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Melina Bucher – vegan high-end handbags

Melina Bucher

Melina Bucher has a passion for high-end handbags. And for animals. That’s why it was clear from the start that she would consistently avoid using animal materials for her designer label. Now the vegan visionary has gone one step further and launched her first plastic-free, recyclable model

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les loops – pretty round thing

les loops

Christine Purnell founded her Munich accessories label les loops under the motto ‘second loop – second life’. It was clear to her from the start that the focus should be not only on the design, but also on the choice of materials. Since 2021 she has therefore been producing her circular shopper bags from resource-saving materials in order to keep plastic waste, old carpets etc. in the cycle for longer.

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Peru Natural – upcycled in Bavaria

Peru Natural

Germany imports over a million tons of coffee every year – the number of coffee sacks that have served their actual purpose after the beans have been transferred is correspondingly high. Instead of disposing of them, Roxana Diaz with her label Peru Natural is giving as many sacks as possible a new life as casual shopping bags with colorful prints.

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ALICIA VICTORIA – less waste leather


Alicia Linz wants to stop wasting raw leather. How it works? For the timeless, classic bags of her label ALICIA VICTORIA, she uses leather with natural “flaws”. Instead of sorting out this unique raw material, it is used consistently. Vegetable tanned, produced transparently and (hopefully at some point) declared a design classic.

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NIKIN – TreeWear for a greener planet


Giving something back to nature with sustainable and fair streetwear was the founding idea of the Swiss brand NIKIN, which plants a tree for every sold product. With well over a million trees, Nikin has made his contribution to the reforestation of the earth.

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Naditum – timeless luxury bags


Malin Bernreuther worked as a womenswear designer in the luxury segment for over a decade before she launched her high-end bag label Naditum. Her motivation? Personal curiosity, the conviction that the market lacked a sustainable brand that could keep up with the luxury segment and the expansion of women’s networks.

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