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TRAVEL IN STYLE WITH LONELY PLANET TOTE BAGS
Supreme Creations and Bags of Ethics have paired up with Lonely Planet to create a sleek grey canvas tote bag that is both stylish and portable. Its design with a plastisol print depicts iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Statue of Liberty and the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio and represents the wealth of opportunities we all have to discover.
As the largest travel book publisher, Lonely Planet’s hints and tips for travellers have reached all corners of the globe, helping stranded voyagers in all kinds of tricky situations.
PAUL SMITH LAUNCHES NEW ‘DINO’ COLLECTION ‘PUFFY PRINT BAGS
Sir Paul Smith is no stranger to colourful designs, eclectic prints and collectables – Since launching his first shop in 1970 Sir Paul Smith has designed wonderful array of products, clothing and accessories. Today he is known for his idiosyncratic take on traditional British styling having coined the term 'classics with a twist'.
For this latest product launch Supreme Creation worked with the designer on his latest ‘Dino’ edition tote bag. The collection features items, clothing and products for all ages. Supreme Creations worked with Paul Smith on this special edition bag uses neon print and our specially developed puffy print techniques. The bag is a heavy weight 10oz canvas and has a raised 3D effect embossing on the reptilewith alternative prints on either side.
MOVE OVER PLASTIC - TESCO TO TRIAL OUT REMOVING ALL 5P PLASTIC BAGS FROM STORES IN FAVOUR OF REUSABLE BAGS FOR LIFE
Tesco, the ninth-largest retailer in the world, recently announced that they will be trialling a new 10-week plastic-free scheme in several stores in the UK.
In Norwich, Aberdeen and Dundee, Tesco will stop providing plastic bags, in their place will be reusable bags for life.
The aim of the scheme is to reduce the mass consumption of plastic bags. One of the pioneers of such a move has been the Netherlands. Thanks to state intervention, since January 2016 Dutch shops have been banned from freely distributing plastic bags. The reason behind this action, according to Dutch Labour MP Yasemin Cegerek, who has long campaigned for a ban, is “some eight billion plastic bags end up being dumped in nature every year”.
Station-to-Station : The Queens 90th Celebration
For the weekend of the 11th and 12th June 2016 millions of people around the country celebrated The Queen’s 90th birthday with local events, street parties and gatherings.
As part of the Station-to-Station Her Majesty The Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations we partnered with Station-to-Station to support the weekend's festivities. Station-to-Station organised a number for events for the occasion; bringing together local community around the UK for the 2 day celebration.
"Railway Stations sit in the heart of British communities, and for the first time in history they are joining together to provide a stage to celebrate HM Queen Elizabeth II’s milestone birthday, providing a wonderful array of activities as part of the nationwide celebrations." At Supreme Creations we wanted to mark the weekend’s events in a vibrant and creative way - seen here are just a few of the specially created limited edition tea-towels designed for the events. The tea-towels feature a vibrant print and design by British fashion designer, Wayne Hemingway OBE.
A Royal Christmas : Read about the ethical Christmas stockings selected by Kate Middleton for Prince George and Princess Charlotte
Produced by Supreme Creations for Harrow & Green, these extra large jute sacks are an ethical addition to the British company's line of personalised gifts for Christmas.
The bags are made with 100% natural jute and large enough to fit a number of gifts. Printed in a festive red colour, the bags feature a cotton print and gingham lining and are lovingly finished with personalised names selected by the recipient.
The range of personalised jute Christmas sacks were sold as part of Selfridges London personalised gifts section where customers can select from a range of personalised gift options. These beautiful hand-printed, personalised bags were gifted by the Duchess of Cambridge to her children Prince George, three, and 18-month-old Princess Charlotte for their family Christmas this year. We expect this item will become a staple for many families who look for a personalised and original gift for the festive season.