Hozen vegan bags are the brainchild of Rae Nicoletti, who studied hand leather work under Hermes master artisan Beatrice Amblard. Hozen is the Japanese word for conservation and the circular shape of Hozen bags acts as a symbol of compassion and conservation. Not only are the Hozen bags are made from eco-friendly, non-animal materials, but the zippers and thread are sourced from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles, natural rubber and remnant rope; the labels and packaging are made from organic cotton or post-consumer recycled paper, and all of it is sourced from factories around the world that have good standards of practice and ethics. Bags are produced in small batches at a fair-wage factory in Los Angeles. Hozen donates 10% of their profits to Mercy For Animals. Look for the CONTENT BADGES to shop by ethos including Suitable for Vegans and Waste Innovation.
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