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ACE – Active Chic Eco – was founded by Anna and Sandra to offer a “sporty-chic” and ultra functional bag to keep up with non-stop lifestyles but without compromising the environment. Their collection embraces the Circular Fashion model, to reduce and transform waste and minimize the use of new resources, using ECONYL® regenerated nylon. ACE inspires, builds awareness and contributes to a better world by offering a cool, glamorous, practical and sustainable bag to carry all day and combine with any style.
Designing a material or product whilst considering environmental sustainability. A product’s environmental impact can be reduced through material and production process selection, typically relating to resource consumption or pollution.
Fair and decent working conditions, covering areas including health and safety, equality and anti-discrimination, unionisation, and employee wellbeing.
Healthy Seas Member
A Company committed to preserving the marine environment and supporting the Healthy Seas Foundation by raising awareness about preserving our seas, preventing fishing net waste, collecting damaging marine plastics, and ensuring they are transformed into a valuable resource.
When a commodity is produced in a short, localised supply chain, stimulating the local economy, generating job opportunities, and reducing international transportation emissions.
When a product is vegan, it does not contain any animal-based materials.
- To remove stains, use a gentle brush with eco-friendly mild detergent.
- You can wash the bags in the washing machine on a delicate program, max 30 degrees with a mild detergent.
- If your bag becomes wet, let it air dry naturally.
- Never put your bag in the dryer nor iron it.
- Donu2019t over stuff your bags or fill them with heavy or sharp-edged objects.
'Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.'
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