HFS Collective
Making hands-free bags to liberate women from their baggage ethical + sustainable. made in california
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better together 🧡 starting now for a limited time, buy a half moon and get a bottle bag for half off!! use code “bettertogether” at checkout ☀️ photo @futurekingandqueen
when you and your bestie have matching bottle bags AND @girlfriend shorts 🌿🌊🌎 photo from latest issue of one of our favorite #sustainablefashion publications @ethicalstylejournal 💫
Last few hours to enter our #plasticfreejuly giveaway featuring our water bottle bag in poppy @pinatex, yoga outfit by @wolventhreads, selection of #zerowaste goodies from @zerowastestore, reusable bottle by @glacce, #sustainable razor by @bareaya.official, beauty palette from @aetherbeautyco, and reusable grocery bag from @chicobag 💫 be sure to enter on our original post a few photos back ✨ two winners will be announced tomorrow. photo by @biancaparkes
Ever had an idea that you thought was just too “out there” and didn’t know where to start? Well the story behind one of our most #sustainable fabrics @pinatex is a really interesting one— the founder of the start-up, Dr. Carmen Hijosa, wanted to bridge the gap between leather and petroleum-based #vegan leather alternatives with the goal of developing textiles using only processes that enhance the well-being of the planet through the entire life cycle of the products. She worked for many years in design and manufacture of leather goods before she began research into the development of products made from natural fibres. When she realized that she could make a non-woven textile (a fabric bonded together without knitting or weaving) from the long fibres found in pineapple leaves, it was game over!! Swipe to see how @pinatex is made (this process starts with cutting pineapple leaves in the Philippines, to the process of decortication, where the fibers are extracted from the leaves, and then they are hung to dry before they are turned into a non-woven fiber) 🌿🌱 photo by @kristine.lo #sustainablefashion