The new collection of LINDASIETO also uses pineapple fabric

Date: 2022.03.25
Linda Siető graduated from MOME, launched her brand in 2010, and her handbags were also featured in the Italian issue of Vogue. Her magnificent new handbag collection is made entirely from plant-based materials.

Linda Siető graduated from MOME, launched her brand in 2010, and her handbags were also featured in the Italian issue of Vogue. Her magnificent new handbag collection is made entirely from plant-based materials.

Linda Siető graduated from MOME, and launched her brand in 2010. Initially, only Italian leather was used to create the handbags. However, since 2019, her locally produced items are also available in a version made from pineapple fabric, an innovative, plant-based material. The smart-stark accessories building on contrasts have in recent years been featured at exhibitions abroad, as well as in Hungarian and international fashion magazines, including the Italian issue of Vogue.

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