Junes - The Carry-All Set in Terracotta
The Carry-All is Junes smallest bag for stashing anywhere and holding anything - from produce and bulk dry goods, to toiletries and wet swimsuits.
This set includes three sizes of mesh pouches with drawstring closure. They’re great for carrying things, things inside of things, and organizing small items. (Hello packing!) The small is a little larger than a quart-sized plastic baggie, the medium a little larger than a gallon, and the large would be more like replacing a small shopping bag, for reference. Also great for washing delicates, since any Bio-Knit fibers shed won’t last forever in our oceans.
Made with recycled plastic bottles and CiCLO® technology, Bio-Knit bags help reduce plastic pollution in our landfills and waterways. Naturally occurring microbes in the environment consume our fibers, just like they would cotton, wool, or rayon. Bio-Knit has a matte finish and softens over time, without losing tenacity.
Bio-knit: Set of 3 sizes
⏤ Medium: W10” H10.25”
⏤ Large: W11” H16.5”
⏤ Small: W9.5” H8.5”
Folds up small for stashing and stowing.
Fabric made in the U.S.
NO formaldehyde or toxic dyes.
Machine or hand wash, line dry.
NOTE: Bag displayed in picture with model is for size reference.
About the designer
In 2014, Janean Mann visited Ciudad Juárez, Mexico and was struck by the rows of fliers pleading for information on missing women, mostly young girls. The deaths of these women had grown exponentially since her last visit. In a place plagued by human and drug trafficking, it seems a culture of corruption, cartels and misogyny had created a perfect storm of violence against innocent women, across the city.
This mass violence still happens today. For the last four years, Janean has dedicated the design, prototype and creation of her company to helping these women. She partnered with an all female sewing co-op in Juarez to offer sustainable income for the women there. And now, for every bag purchased, a donation is also made to help empower and protect women from violence, through the Global Fund for Women.