If you have a deep connection with marine life and water bodies, you can invest in bags with water motifs. These serene mementos also make for great heirlooms as they encourage the concept of vintage, which is the true green in fashion.
Made with cloth and conscious leather, these bags are a varied realm in themselves. Designs from the bespoke brand Paul Adams depict a flurry of the shingle, the nodding palms and the shoals of fishes sojourning the seas. Anshuman Singh, CEO of the brand, says, “What is fascinating is the mystery of the deep sea that stuns, inspires and also stirs us. Bringing these elements into the bags includes this sense of wonder. We use conscious and ethical leather, painting on canvas that is interwoven into the leather using fine art techniques. The paints used are mainly oil, anti-corrosive and enamel, stroking forth the shapes of a seahorse and fronds, and the feel of the sandy rush.” Most of the canvases are finished with acrylic resin varnish after the sewing, laser cutting and sculpting processes are complete, he adds. The colours, textures, motifs abound in the fascinating moods of marine — the world’s most exotic shade card.
Tiger Marrón brings fluid shapes in totes and wristlets to bio-mimic the sea world, bringing coral forms and curvatures emblematic of the sun. “What better way to bring in this new age of dopamine dressing and endless sunny days than to build on the beauty of nature and the sea? There…
Shilpi Madan for Deccan Herald