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Sissel Edelbo

Ingrid Silk Project Bag - No. 124 by Sissel Edelbo

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Ingrid SILK Project Bag is the perfect storage for all kinds of projects. Pack away your creative hobbies in our silk Project Bag, so they are cared for. The unique patterns stem from vintage silk saris and the inside is made of the most soft organic cotton. The bag closes with strings. On the inside there are two big pockets on one side and three smaller pockets on the other side. Here you can store your small belongings. The bottom is flat, so it can contain as much as possible. 

All SISSEL EDELBO styles are being upcycled of vintage sari and in that way sustainable. In the past, these saris has been worn by the Indian women, which means that smaller imperfections such as small stains and loose threads can occur. However, to us these imperfections are the clothes' unique beauty flaws. They reflect the life and the love that the previous owner has added to the fabric. We hope you will love the story of the material as much as we do - FROM ONE WOMAN TO ANOTHER.

ONESIZE:

  • Height: 27 cm
  • Width at opening: 37 cm
  • Width at bottom: 26 cm
  • Depth: 12 cm

       

       

      SISSEL EDELBO stands Jeanne Sissel Thomsen and Chris Elmengaard, whose work have targeted the combination of sustainable materials, dressy silhouettes, and a trendy bohemian lifestyle since 2004. A vision of making a fashion brand built on clean, sustainable values combined with a preference for feminine and colourful prints and sustainable textiles. In large part due to a responsible approach to every part of the chain of values – from production to the people involved, collections designed from vintage material, made to last season after season, as well as a preference for good craftsmanship.

      The core at the heart of SISSEL EDELBO is the upcycling of beautiful vintage materials. With every season and collection SISSEL EDELBO continues to refine and reinvent its own language, and explore new designs made from everything between recycled hand-embroidered blankets and vintage saris, worn for generations by Indian women. These colourful and recycled materials are carefully chosen before they are subsequently redesigned into modern styled pieces – each with their own unique history, and with a clear touch of Indian culture woven into a mix for a modern aesthetic silhouette.