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Greater Goods Crafts Sustainable Bottle Bags From Clothing Off-Cuts

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London-based label Greater Goods has followed up its latest collection of upcycled tote bags with a new capsule of bottle bags crafted from discarded coats. The fabrics used in the collection are all surplus pieces from the brand’s first and second tote bag releases from earlier this year, with worn, damaged and unwanted outerwear transformed into baggage options.

The decision to work with bottle bags was an attempt to encourage people to use reusable bottles, and each bag is made from a combination of old The North Face garments and military surplus pieces. Alongside the patchwork design, the bags also feature an adjustable poly cord sling and a carabiner.

Take a look at the bottle bag collection in the gallery above. All of the items are available now from the Greater Goods web store.

In related news, Balenciaga recently unveiled a sofa made from unwanted and discarded clothing.

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