Rewilder Makes Vegan Bags From Upcycled Beer Filter Cloth


Rewilder sews all of its bags to order in its atelier in Hollywood, where it uses cutting techniques that maximize material yields and reduce waste.

Each carryall features American-made grommets and zippers, double-stitched French seams, and, depending on the style, extras such as key-chain tethers, detachable interior pouches, and additional cross-body straps.

For handles, the firm salvages decommissioned climbing rope from local gyms.

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Simple, yes. Easy, no.

“Handcrafting bags ourselves in our small studio, we are intimately acquainted with the construction details—what it takes to make something long-lasting, strong and useful,” Siedlecki and Silbert say. “We believe that good design is not overly complicated, and that simple does not mean easy.”

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