Past and future meet in Isotta, the new bowler bag, made from an innovative bio-based material from corn. With its minimalist design in a warm moka color and light gold details, it will add a special touch to all your looks for this Fall season.
With rounded top handles, as well as a removable shoulder strap, this compact handbag makes the transition from day to evening easily. The light-gold elegant details decorate the silhouette.
With a main zipped compartment and an inner pocket, it is spacious enough to store your all your essential.
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For this style we use an incredibly high-quality, high-performance material from corn. The result is achieved through the use of biopolyols, which originate from non-food and GMO-free grains, combined with textiles sourced from natural or recycled materials.
The raw materials are FSC-certified* viscose or GRS* post-consumer recycled polyester.
Click here to check out your positive impact on the climate by choosing a Miomojo bag made from corn.
Plus: it’s simply so much cooler to own a bag made from corn than a bag made from animal skin!
*FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) was founded to create an alternative to forestry destruction. It is an international, non-governmental organization dedicated to promoting responsible management of the world’s forests. FSC has developed a product labelling that enables people to identify responsibly sourced wood, paper or any other forest product such as viscose. This means you can buy forest products with confidence that you are helping to ensure our forests are alive for generations to come. It guarantees that the product has been made with raw material deriving from forests according to its principal standards: ethical forest management and custody chain GRS.
*Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certifies products obtained from recycled materials and manufacturing activities. It enhances products made from recycled materials in compliance with environmental and social criteria extended to every product of the production chain. All products that are composed of at least 20% pre-consumer and post-consumer recycling materials can be GRS certified. BioVeg articles are made on a PES backing obtained from post-consumer plastic bottles certified by GRS. On average 1200 plastic bottles are used to make 100 linear metres of BioVeg material. Left to their own devices, those bottles would take over 400 years to decompose turning into micro plastic, one the most polluting substance for the oceans.
Our CO2 emissions are offset.
Read how here.