Africa’s Hottest Eco Fashion House, Ministry of Tomorrow, Launches With Luxury Vegan Bag Collection
21 February 2018 –Ministry of Tomorrow’s (MOT) new collection is available for pre-order and is destined to sell out. This collection of vegan luxury bags already has a 300-awakened client waiting list. The new kid on the block is the spiritual leader the fashion world desperately needed and is offering high-quality goods competing in the arena of major heritage brands. The purchase of a MOT bag directly enables sustainable development by providing income generating opportunities for people in Nairobi, Kenya, while protecting animals and the environment. Ministry of Tomorrow creates a community where luxe meets activism with a deeply conscious twist.
“We have a new story for the fashion world. This is more than fashion, it’s an awakening, a new way of doing business that empowers people and protects animals and the planet” said Julian Prolman, founder of the Ministry of Tomorrow.
These bags are hard to get your hands on
Headquartered in Los Angeles, the social enterprise designs and produces gender fluid high-quality, eco-luxury vegan bags, sold directly to consumers via www.ministryoftomorrow.com
The luxury bag with a soul
This massive positive response is inspired by the strong social and environmental activism woven into the fabric of these high-quality bags. Each piece is produced with respect for the earth and humankind because “responsible commerce is the only way of doing business” says Prolman. Customers take pride and comfort in knowing that their investment contributes directly to the creation of meaningful changes. From the MOT’s bespoke artelier in Kenya, creating sustainable live hoods for its employees who are proudly devoted to producing one-of-a-kind, exceptional quality bags to the use of the highest quality eco materials that include; ANIMAL FREE leather from Italy and Japan, 100% certified organic and fair-trade canvas from India, low impact dyes and recycled rubber padding.
Named “Eco Fashion House” by Elle UK (October 2017)
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