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Mariclaro Repurposes Landfill-Destined Materials into Stylish and Durable Chameleon Tote Bags

by , 07/03/14

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Canadian design firm Mariclaro recently unveiled Chameleon, a stylish and durable tote bag made from recycled materials that had once been destined for the landfill. Made from a car seatbelt, furniture upholstery, and a construction tarp, the lightweight and waterproof Chameleon tote is handcrafted with numerous color combinations to choose from. Want to bring this versatile bag on your next summer vacation? Check out Mariclaro’s Kickstarter where you can purchase an eco-friendly tote of your own.

+ Chameleon Tote Bag


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