Boyy has unveiled a sustainable new collection, and we can’t get enough of it
Buckle bags with a twist.
Attention, Boyy fans: the uber-chic handbag label has just released a limited-edition collection alongside a new pop-up store at Siam Paragon. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed.
Dubbed “Boyy Up,” the new collection by designer duo Jesse Dorsey and Wannasiri Kongman is all about sustainability. Each handbag in the lineup has been disassembled and reconstructed from only existing archive materials in an effort to minimize the brand’s environmental impact. The result? A fun and flirty upcycled collection featuring your favorite silhouettes from Boyy, now presented in playful new shapes. Highlight picks include creative spins on the popular buckle bags, like the wonton-shaped Fredgami 23 (B40,500) and Karl 19 Shumai (B40,500), while the unisex Shoulder Box (B24,500), assembled with deconstructed cardholder and stock leather, is also not to be missed.
While you’re shopping—or window-shopping—at the store, also check out the small leather goods and accessories. The Boyy Contour Wallet belt bag, for instance, can spice up any outfit.
Part of the proceeds from all of Boyy Up sales will go to The Rabbit in the Moon Foundation, whose mission is to support and encourage children, youth and society to recognize the importance of conservation of nature and the environment.
Through Jan 3, 2021. Open daily 10am-9pm. Boyy Up, M/F, Siam Paragon, Rama 1 Rd.
Karl 19 Shumai