Swedish Has-Beens

Can leather be eco-friendly? The question raged in the Lucky offices, and the answer, as it turns out, is yes. Swedish Has-Beens works with the burgeoning organic-leather industry, which relies on farm-raised, organically fed animals and nontoxic plant and vegetable tanning, to turn out charming wood-soled clogs and sandals, as well as clean-lined messenger bags in colors like black, caramel, and bright yellow.

Featured in the April 2009 issue.

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