UK-based leathergoods brand Elvis & Kresse is offering a training workshop for customers to design and make their own bag under guidance from the company.
The leather is supplied by Burberry – offcuts from its UK factory are woven together to make new pieces as part of a five-year collaboration to “change the future of leather waste”.
Other materials include rubber from decommissioned fire hoses and parachute silk.
Half the profit from the workshop - which takes place on July 13 at the company's office in Kent - will be donated to the UK’s Fire Fighters Charity and Indian research centre Barefoot College.
Information courtesy of Leatherbiz