Accessories Fashion

The Latest Collection From Matt and Nat Is All About Colour & Quality

By Diane Small

Vegan bag brand Matt and Nat just keeps going from strength to strength. Its sleek designs and on-trend colours have proven popular with vegans and non-vegans alike, and the fine quality and rich colour of its latest collection will only further the brand’s covetability.

Exceptional pieces for us include the Aaron flap bag, an oversized style perfect for packing in your phone, tablets, books, laptop and other essentials for everyday use. The versatile Aki envelope bag makes a great clutch for events, or you can clip on the strap if you prefer it to act like a cross-body bag. If you’re looking for truly classic shapes, the Angie shoulder bag, Wapi handbag, or Lexi bucket bag are guaranteed to age extremely well.

What’s really outstanding about this season’s bags, though, is the colour palette. It includes shades like cardamom, turmeric, paprika and sky blue, which are all kinds of new neutrals, which will match most of your outfits.

In addition to being cruelty-free, Matt and Nat’s bags boast inner linings made from recycled plastic bags, and in terms of ethics, the brand states they visit all of their factories regularly in order to “build strong personal relationships with their owners; they too are a part of the Matt & Nat family”. In short, you’d be hard pressed to find a lovelier or better quality vegan bag for your spring wardrobe.

To see more collections, please click here.

The Latest Collection From Matt and Nat



You Might Also Like

4 Comments

  • Reply
    Mei
    Apr 16, 2018 at 4:51 am

    But they are made of PVC.

    • Reply
      Chere
      Apr 16, 2018 at 6:08 am

      Hi Mel
      Are you sure? We checked and it seems these bags are made from PU microfiber…do you have evidence? This is important to us! Thanks

      • Reply
        Mei
        Apr 18, 2018 at 5:56 am

        Yes I’m positive.
        They have bags made of PU.
        Their many bags are made of PVC – just check their inside label where it says made in China, it’ states 100% Polyvinyl Chloride which is PVC!
        I used to own loads from them and after I found out their bags that I own are made of PVC I even sent an email asking them.
        They replied nonchalantly that they use both PVC and PU.
        Strangely most consumers don’t even know about this, I guess it’s because their evasive and elusive way of marketing – especially on their website with the wording “… We strive to use PU… PU is always preferred….”
        Nothing green about that.

        • Reply
          Chere
          Apr 18, 2018 at 8:42 pm

          Thanks Mei! I will check this out – at least none of the bags we featured in this article are PVC, though, but still – makes me change my mind about this brand!

    Leave a Reply