Recycled Nylon

Strawberry-Print Regenerated Nylon Rucksack

€850
Colour Black
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Part of the latest Stella McCartney + Sorayama collaboration, this silhouette is cut from ECONYL® regenerated nylon and lined with our moniker-laden fabric. Printed with a chromatic, futuristic strawberry graphic, this piece represents the Japanese artist’s intimate, romanticised perception of day-to-day objects.
Colour: Black Stella McCartney + Sorayama unisex capsule collection ECONYL® regenerated nylon Sorayama strawberry graphic print One main zipped compartment One internal zip pocket Branded lining Made in Italy
“I came across Sorayama’s work in the late 90s when I was living in Paris and was absolutely mesmerised by its cheeky sensuality and airbrushed quality. I met with him when I was next in Japan; we have been friends and I have been collecting his art ever since.”
This ECONYL® regenerated nylon is crafted from pre- and post-consumer ocean waste and can be infinitely recycled to create new yarn.
  • Care: Use a soft damp cloth with a small amount of demineralised water (likewise for ironing) and apply to all the material. Leave the bag to dry. Avoid scrubbing to prevent damaging the surface of the bag. As this accessory is made from very delicate fabric, we recommend handling with care and avoiding contact with any sharp objects, jewellery, or rough surfaces. When not in use, always store the item in its protective bag.
  • Composition: Main fabric: 100% Polyamid
  • Size: 29x42x11cm
  • Weighs approximately 0.48kg
  • Free Express Shipping Times vary based on shipping destination. The average delivery time is between 1-4 working days.
  • Returns You can request a return or an exchange within 14 days.
Item 7B0070WP03421000U
Flexible payments available
Flexible payments available
Free Exchanges & Returns
Free Exchanges & Returns
Our packaging is made with renewable and compostable materials
Our packaging is made with renewable and compostable materials