STORY mfg. has revealed a new collection in cooperation with Greater Goods to support the victims of the recent explosion in Beirut. With this new collection, the label also follows up on the revelation of it’s ‘Fil Mish-Mish‘ collection for Spring/Summer 2021.
The collection released alongside Greater Goods is being sold through eBay and the money from the auction is to be donated to Impact Lebanon, a charity raising money to assist those affected by the explosion in Beirut.
The recent explosion has had a disastrous impact on the city and the citizens living there. STORY mfg. and Greater Goods are ensuring that all of the money made from this collection, not just the profits, will be donated to the organisation.
For the collection, the team used upcycling techniques, and all in all, they’ve created nine styles with unique designs. The eclectic bags range from large sizes with bold colours to a patchwork bottle holder which features STORY mfg. patterns.
STORY mfg. attaches great importance to conscious handling of raw materials and the environment. In their opinion, it’s possible to connect fashion with social activism and differentiate their brand from the general fast-fashion industry.
Greater Goods follows this values as well. The London-based design project is dedicated to sustainability and the nature of upcycling. They promote the use of reclaimed materials and try to have a positive impact people, clothing and nature.
All bags are now available now on eBay, where you can bid on the products and make a contribution to help the people in Beirut.