Papaya - vegan bag from the VIVO collection
- Material: AppleSkin™ – apple vegan leather (read more about the material)
- Lining: recycled PET bottles polyester fabric in black
- Metal elements: 100% brass in gold color
- Measurements: length 29.5 cm, width 13 cm, height 7.5 cm
- Strap: length 90 cm, width 4.7 cm; handle length: 49 cm
- In front embossed ORSKA logo in gold; approx. 2.5 x 0.5 cm
- Full set contains: the bag, the strap, one charm pendant of your choice
- Additional accessories: chain, keychain
The limited series of VIVO bags is the result of a pact that we have made with nature. Handcrafted with traditional leathercraft standards, in local workshops, with sustainably produced materials, it reminds us that the choices we make today affect what our tomorrow will look like.
The bag is made of vegan leather which was made from apple peel and pomace – a byproduct of apple juice production process. The semicircular rigid shape was decorated, from the bottom, with a satin finish brass element which is the main structural element of Papaya, and adds it the unique character – well-known to all ORSKA fans. The wide strap, made of the same material, can be attached to the brass element with artistic handcrafted links. The inside of the bag is lined with a black polyester fabric made from recycled PET bottles. The bag is closed with a covered magnet and inside it has an additional 19 x 9 cm zipped pocket. Worn with the strap, the bag will be perfect for everyday situations. The delicious Papaya can also be easily carried on your shoulder, or held in your hand thanks to the stiff handle that is included in the set. The elegant bag will add character to any casual look of your everyday imagination.
AppleSkin™ is a natural material which may change color and structure over time. Please read how to take care of Papaya so that it stays tasteful for as long as possible.
The number of bags is limited. Each comes with a certificate and has an individual number.
In the photos, Papaya is presented by Anna Pięta, social activist, fashion sustainability expert and host of the MUDA Talks podcast.