Elvis & Kresse Makes Cuff Links From Recycled Fire Hoses

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Elvis & Kresse lit our fire in 2010 when it transformed decommissioned fire hoses into high-end totes, belts, and wallets. Now, the U.K. label is turning up the heat with a set of wraparound cuff links derived from remnant material from the sewing-room floor. Hand-stitched in Dorset, England, the cuff links are the result of both thrift and self-interest (the founders had shirts they wanted to accessorize). True to its original mission, however, Elvis & Kresse still valiantly donates 50 percent of its profits to the Fire Fighters Charity, which supports retired personnel and their families.

+ Wraparound Cuff Links £36

+ Elvis & Kresse

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