The Gallery Canteen Crossbody
Available in different colors and patternsBuy at aoife
A O I F E is a luxury Irish brand founded by the designer Aoife Maria Rooney, a passionate advocate of sustainability. Her style embraces the colors of nature and is defined by abstract silhouettes, meticulous attention to detail, and harmony between textures. The vision behind each a o i f e ® artisan-made piece represents a creative journey for eco-conscious consumers and delivers hands-on integrity. In their collections, they use ECONYL® regenerated nylon and biodegradable plant-based fabrics.
The level of traditional and typically manual skill involved in a product or material.
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.
A set of principles devised to prevent waste through design, production processes or lifestyle choices.
Recycled Claim Standard (RCS)
A global product and materials certification focused on verifying the presence of recycled raw materials through a chain of custody system. After an initial assessment of the product and its components, the segregation of RCS certified recycled fibres is verified through an audit, ensuring the correct management of the production process and compliance with the certification criteria. Reference: textileexchange.org
- Nylon and leather: Remove any dirt on the surface of the bag with a soft brush or damp rag. Do not soak the bag with water, only wipe spot clean. Re- shape the bag and leave to dry.
- Do not put bags in the washing machine or tumble dryer.
- Do not bleach, iron or dry clean.
- Keep the bag stuffed to preserve the bag's original shape.
'Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.'
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