Top 5 Chanel bags that are non-leather!

Chanel tweed bag

Alternative to leather, we have collected these Chanel bags for animal lover (cruelty-free!). You can actually own (or invest) in a Chanel branded bags and be guilt free!

Let’s see this Top 5 Chanel bags that are not made from leather:

Chanel Tweed bag

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Tweed, a woolen fabric borrowed from menswear by Mademoiselle Chanel, has become an essential part of the CHANEL style. The different kinds of thread that make up this fabric give it unique, irregular appearance. Karl Lagerfeld creates audacious, reference-packed designs in exclusive tweeds by Lesage, bold juxtapositions of materials and motifs. More on Chanel tweed, click here! Chanel tweed bag

Chanel Velvet bag

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Next, is the velvet – velvet today is usually made from synthetic and natural fibers. Most velvet that is marketed as silk velvet combines both silk and rayon. Synthetic velvet can be made from polyester, nylon, viscose, or rayon.

Chanel velvet bag

Chanel Printed Fabric bag

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Chanel printed fabric bag

Chanel Raffia bag

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Next, Raffia is made from the segments of the leaves on the Palmyra palm, a tree native to Madagascar.

Chanel Raffia bag

Chanel Sequins bag

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Sequins (mainly made out of reflective bits of metals) sewn into jackets, bonnets, and dresses were popular to show the nobility and wealthy.

Chanel sequin bag

So, which Chanel is your favorite?

Cruelty free – Hermès To Launch Mushroom Leather Bags

hermes mushroom leather

Hermès, the world’s most well-known luxury, leather bag labels has joined forces with MycoWorks to create a mushroom leather bag that meets the same standards as Hermès leather. Check out interesting fashion news, click here!


Hermès and MycoWorks developed a new fabric made with Fine Mycelium (mushrooms) over a 3 years collaboration. The patented technology called Sylvania, enhances mycelium as it grows. Remember this name!

Hermès X MycoWorks

This Hermès X MycoWorks collaboration is an alternative to a more sustainable and animal-friendly way than traditional leather.

“We could not imagine a better partner than Hermès to present our first object made of Fine Mycelium. Hermès and MycoWorks share common values of craftsmanship, quality, innovation, and patience,” MycoWorks CEO Matt Scullin said. “The power of storytelling is key in any new technology or art. Sylvania represents how nature and biotechnology can work in concert to create a material with the highest standards of quality.

It was expected that by the end of the year, the first commercial Hermès product featuring Sylvania will be launched commercially to the market, stay tuned #7GreenGreen for more updates!💯💯💯