I sit across from Rosie on the daily and her constant flow of ideas and inspiration continues to blow my mind. Never a dull moment, nor dull design, Rosie is always coming up with new initiatives or design ideas centred around sustainability. It’s obvious that her passion to run Luna & Rose in a ‘Sustainable & maintainable’ fashion runs deep and the constant desire to learn, create and act is her true passion. I grabbed her for a quick cup of Tea and asked her about her inspiration behind these new Tote Bags.
What inspired the launch of your new organic Dyed tote bags?
To offer something cute and almighty practical for our customers. As we thought about Christmas a few months ago, both me and my design assistant instantly thought about the over consumption that occurs during this time. We’re so proud to offer jewellery that is made with zero waste and in a completely closed loop production and we wanted to offer something else for our customers to wear and share during this time. By launching these totes now, we are not only inspiring and reminding people to be cautious of the excess packaging involved around shopping but also keeping top of mind that there are SO MANY ways to ensure you have a sustainable Christmas. Watch this space for my tips on this as I am currently writing a blog post on this too.
What was the design process?
What is the process of making these bags?
Where can we find you with your Tote bag?
If I am not using my tote as my main handbag (it has seriously become a main feature in wardrobe!) it will definitely be rolled up in my Matt & Nat handbag at the ready should I hit the markets, supermarket or library to take home a few extra books.
You will often find me heading out for a meeting with my laptop, wallet & keep cup all sitting pretty in my Tote.
I also find it’s a regular heading to friends houses filled with some wine & a few baked snacks! It really is the perfect size & piece.
Lastly, what is in your tote right now!
Shop the new LUNA & ROSE Tote Bags below or online by clicking here.
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