London-based label Greater Goods has unveiled its second collection of tote bags produced from previously worn, damaged or unwanted outerwear pieces. Created to reduce man-made waste, each bag is completely unique due to different patinas and finishes depending on how the garments were used originally.
All of the bags in the second drop are produced from unwanted The North Face jackets, building on the brand’s legacy for high quality outerwear. Materials used on the tote bags include GORE-TEX and canvas, and every bag comes with various detailing including multiple pockets, key loops and webbing, as well as drawstrings, zips, velcro and lining repurposed from the original garments.
Take a look through the second lookbook in the gallery above, and expect all of the pieces to be available from the Greater Goods web store on July 11.
In other sustainability news, UNIQLO is set to introduce eco-friendly paper bags to reduce its use of single-use plastic.