The project aims to encourage public awareness of sustainable fashion and the circular economy by creating limited-edition fashion bags from unused cement sacks. Each fashion brand is producing just 100 pieces for its limited edition, which will be retailed at select outlets of the brands from May 1 onwards. Prices range from Bt1,880 to Bt3,590 apiece. Proceeds will go to the Habitat for Humanity Foundation which works to improve Thais’ quality of life via habitat and community development.
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