Crossbody Komebukuro Bag
Est. date of delivery December 2023
The Crossbody Komebukuro is inspired by the traditional Japanese 'Komebukuro' rice bags that was originally used to carry offerings of rice to Japanese temples or shrines. Here as a purse with multiple ways of carrying; in the braided cotton draw strings, the side handles, in the longest strap hanging just above the ground, or across your body to keep both hands free.
Fully lined with a smaller inside pocket for your keys and change.
Features the 'Hinode' logo.
Made solely out of surplus material
Smaller inside pocket
Cross body strap
Handles and strings for carrying
Made in Portugal
Model is 165cm
Atelier Hinode is one of few brands working with surplus fabrication. Luxury surplus fabrics are textile materials from the left over meters of luxury fashion brands, that will no longer be used for the purpose it originally was intended for. As an example it may be meters ordered by the luxury fashion house to reach a set minimum quantity with the fabric supplier, even though the needed meter quantity may be lower. The result is in other words over production. In order to minimize our carbon footprint, we maximize the life cycle of pre-existing textiles, and help to reduce the industries waste, and save fabric meters from ending in land fills. For the collection of AW23, Atelier Hinode have zero emissions from fabric production.