From Canada, Hand and Sew’s circular idea: bonbonnieres made in real time with leather scraps

The circularity of leather as (maybe) we didn’t yet imagine. Not so much for the fact that leather scraps are being used, but rather for the way they are being re-used. Hand and Sew, Canadian leather goods manufacturer based in Vancouver, decided to make the salvage of leather scraps its core business, utilizing, in fact, the scraps from previous creations to make bonbonnieres for weddings, graduation parties, birthdays and engagements. All accessories can be personalized to a tee and are made entirely by hand. But there is more, because there is an even more unusual aspect that characterizes this project: on some occasions, the accessories are created at the time and place of the event they are meant to remind of, under the interested eyes of invitees, which adds value to the production moments. Circularity in real time.

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