Tea green - vegan bag from the VIVO collection
- Material: 65% AppleSkin™ – apple vegan leather, 35% beLEAF™ – alocasia leaf vegan leather (read more about the materials)
- Lining: recycled PET bottles polyester fabric in black
- Metal elements: 100% brass in gold
- Measurements: length 22 cm, width 16 cm, height 8 cm
- Strap: length 100 cm, width 1.5 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 accessory: chain, keychain
- The bag was made in a single copy
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 Tea bag is the essence of subtle strength that gives you an energy boost in the morning and keeps you up at night. It smoothly transitions between styles, satisfying the desire for the uniqueness of every moment. Its original character is the result of contrasting two innovative vegan skins: black, smooth, made of apple peels and pomace – a byproduct of apple juice production process – and the exotic and surprising skin of alocasia leaf, created thanks to the right treatment of this plant. The elegant, classic form with a twist is decorated with a strap made of apple skin, with decorative links attached to the ends. The bag is closed with a covered magnet, increasing the comfort and safety of use. The inside is made of polyester fabric from recycled PET bottles in black and it has a zipped pocket measuring 21 x 10 cm.
AppleSkin™ and beLEAF™ are natural materials which may change color and structure over time. Please read how to take care of Tea so that you can enjoy its full taste for as long as possible.
The number of bags is limited. Each comes with a certificate and has an individual number.
In the photos, Tea is presented by Marta Karwacka, an expert on sustainable development and CSR, the owner of the Good Impact consulting company and the author of the How to Wear Fair blog.