Sissel Edelbo's luxurious Seashell Washbag is both feminine and roomy. It is padded and has two pockets on the inside that you can both use for your make-up or for your non-beauty essentials. The design and shape allow the bag also to be used as a clutch handbag.
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- Every product, colour and pattern is unique.
- Height: 26 cm, Length: 31 cm, Width: 10 cm
- All their products have been used before they were re-designed. This means that there can be small tracks, such as tiny loose threads or tiny stains on the fabric. Sissel Edelbo believes and loves the story as well as the authentic flaws - we hope you will as well.
- Each piece tells the story of the Indian heritage and the amazing women, all dressed in their traditional vibrant saris.
ABOUT THE BRAND
Why we love it: SISSEL EDELBO's upcycled saris are a mix of print & mystery with a simple Nordic cut.
Founded in 2004 by the Danish duo Jeanne Sissel Thomsen and Christina Edelbo Petersen, who have a love for India and their beautiful saris. They handpick saris for their sustainable collections that are unique and different in both weaving and quality and for them it is essential that they are up-cycled. Great effort and joy is put in selecting the most beautiful in pattern, color and quality, before redesigning them into unique dresses, tops, and jackets. Buying Sissel Edelbo means supporting a sustainable future for the fashion industry. Each piece tells the story of the Indian heritage and their amazing women dressed in their vibrant traditional saris.