New York-based handbag label Janis Studios has just unveiled its second release, this time drawing inspiration from the season and summery picnics outside. Staying true to the brand’s ethos of ethical design, the collection is in partnership with The New Denim Project, sourcing 100-percent up-cycled denim from Guatemala to create the pieces. Marking the first non-leather release for Janis Studios, the bags also come with a more affordable price point at $220 USD for the smaller size and $280 USD for the larger version. The accessory is also available with an interchangeable rope handle, costing an additional $40 USD.
Peep the label’s lookbook in the gallery above, and cop the bags online. All pieces by Janis Studios are designed in Paris and ethically made in NYC, and the label aims to have new releases dropping every 8 to 12 weeks, so stay tuned to see more.