Fashion Week News

Comprehensive coverage of the Spring 2011 shows

Visit Our Shopping Guide

Can't find the designer bag you desire? Check out our shopping guide.

Featured Reviews

Follow designer Mary Jo Matsumoto's musings as a contributor on Señora Cartera.

Follow Us

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Matt & Nat Eco-Friendly Avril Pool Bag

Happy Earth Day! Today Señora Cartera is focusing on the environment and how we as handbag collectors can support eco-friendly designers. The best way to accomplish this is by buying socially and environmentally responsible products. Matt & Nat redefines what is means to fashionably responsible. Their accessories are chic, design-centric products devoid of animal by-products. This vegan brand has evolved into an edgy, modern label whose designs go far beyond being eco-friendly. Fellow designers as well as consumers have ackhowledged the impact Matt & Nat has made in the fashion world. Handbags like the Avril Pool Bag are perfect examples of the harmony between beauty and ethics.

This gorgeous blue tote bag which measures a roomy 17 x 11 x 6 is crafted from vegan leather and features pockets along the front exterior and a recycled suede-lined interior with cell phone/PDA pockets. Before anyone begins to doubt whether or not these bags are indeed stylish and well made, I have seen them in person and they are fabulous. The fact that this brand is able to create such amazing eco-friendly designs is great. When you factor in their incredibly low price tags, you begin to appreciate their worth in today's handbag market.

Be good to the environment and scoop up the chic Matt & Nat Avril Pool Bag for $275 via


***Just as a reminder, there is a fabulous Matt & Nat sale going on at Gilt Groupe. It ends at midnight tonight, so, if you haven't done so already, sign up for Gilt Groupe through this special invitation link to access the Matt & Nat sale.***


2 Responses to "Matt & Nat Eco-Friendly Avril Pool Bag"
  1. Michelle said...
    Wednesday, April 22, 2009

    OO..that blue is gorgeous!

    Another great vegan site to check out for fun, trendy vegan bags is

  2. Anonymous said...
    Wednesday, May 13, 2009

    I fail to see how PVC bags that are made in China can be considered eco-friendly. Just because it is marketed as eco-friendly doesn't mean it is.

Post a Comment

We love your input and opinions on our articles. However, advertisements or self-promotions "disguised" as comments will be deleted.

Blog Widget by LinkWithin