Since 2021, Longchamp has been a major player in the sustainable luxury fashion scene, with the introduction of Le Pliage Green. Their newest update is the Le Pliage Re-Play, a colourful, upcycled line of Longchamp bags.
The French leather brand’s endeavour into sustainable fashion takes their iconic Le Pliage line of foldable bags and transforms it into a limited-edition, eco-conscious collection of bags that uses rolls of leftover leather and canvas from previous collections.
Le Pliage Replay bags are made from Longchamp’s remaining fabrics at the end of the rolls.
In a quirky twist to the classy, neutral shades offered in the Le Pliage line, the Le Pliage Re-Play toils with vibrant hues of nylon canvas and Russian leather trim in colour-blocking style. The collection’s nine different colour combinations come in a vertical tote, a small shoulder bag, and a small belt bag.
The Le Pliage Re-Play collection will be available in stores and online from July 19. Peep the collection on Longchamp’s social media platforms, in collaboration with French actress and film director Marie Papillon, as she plays around with rolls of canvas from the eco-friendly bag line.
Or, take a look down below at the Re-Play.
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