Stella McCartney’s Latest Bag is Made From the Wool of Her Own Sheep

by , 02/28/13   filed under: Eco-Fashion Brands, Eco-Friendly Bags

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No need to wonder about the provenance of the materials found in this tufted-wool tote. Stella McCartney obtained her fibers from a source close to home: the organically—a no doubt ethically—raised sheep that graze at her Cotswolds farm in England. In fact, the bag is named after two of them: Itsy and Bitsy. Now if that doesn’t give you the warm fuzzies, nothing will.

+ Itsy Bitsy Falabella Tote $1,990

+ Stella McCartney

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2 Responses to “Stella McCartney’s Latest Bag is Made From the Wool of Her Own Sheep”

  1. The itsy bitsy tote does not exactly have an itsy bitsy price!

  2. funklemonde says:

    there is no such thing as ethically raisong and exploiting sheep.breeding is never ethical.the sheep’s wombs are being exploited and male’s are castrated etc etc.

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