Brooklyn Industries Cooperated With Brooklyn Roasting Company In Creating The Limited Edition Java Tote

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Transforming the burlap sacks into the fashionable and unique tote. It’s what the Brooklyn Industries do. Brooklyn Industries is going to launch its new bag which shown its core material to the public. The manufacturing of the product used the recycled material that is burlap sack and then modifies it with the innovation and creative technology to transform it into the most unique and fashionable bag. The cooperation of those two companies happened without any planning. Both of the companies based in Dumbo, Brooklyn. When the head handbag designer, Nancy Phan from Brooklyn Industries walking across the Roasting company and while She was speaking and talking with the Roasting company’s staff, She found that they were so many sacks of coffee beans that are not used in the warehouse.

The idea of turning the burlap sacks into the fashionable tote bag was come from there. Nancy Phan really appreciated the looking of the burlap sacks of coffee beans. By implementing some innovation and creative technologies, the burlap sacks were able to be turned into the most fashionable summer bag. If you are searching for the materials that are used to create this bag, you don’t have to worry that it used the low quality materials, the fashionable tote is created from 100% cotton lining, the Italian leather features and has a pop out color. The tote is not only used for fashion, but it also can be used for carrying your daily things.

One Response to Brooklyn Industries Cooperated With Brooklyn Roasting Company In Creating The Limited Edition Java Tote

  1. This bag is amazing! Where can I get it?

    erin
    March 30, 2012 at 10:31 am
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