The $133 Designer Bag Made From Trash | World Wide Waste

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As New Yorkers adjust to a ban on single-use plastic bags, one designer is turning them into luxury totes. The state joins a growing movement to eliminate at least some of the 1 trillion plastic bags used worldwide every year.

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The $133 Designer Bag Made From Trash | World Wide Waste