With Regenesi File Bag spring becomes jungle


Regenesi brings tropical India on the new covers of its File Bag, the eco-chic bag that changes cover to be always new.

The flourishing vegetation of the tropics, mixed with the geometries of early 20th century British architecture or the aesthetic strength of agile tigers, covers the new INDIA interchangeable covers of Regenesi File Bag. Regenesi File Bag is a true manifesto of “circular economy” because it is made of leather regenerated from post-consumer materials and treated with innovative manufacturing processes that guarantee identical quality standards when compared to virgin raw materials.

Last but not least it’s composed by a single body that turns as desired into countless different versions thanks to the interchangeable covers through a sophisticated game of spring-loaded karabiners that also act as precious decorative detail. File Bag can be so in style that one wants, according to different occasions of use, becoming an all-season accessory and durable over time.




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