The future for Matt & Nat proves to be even brighter as its design team plans to phase out PVC by end of this year and use PU (polyurethane) based materials instead. Matt & Nat products are all “child labor free” and designer Inder Bedi and his dedicated team visit all their factories four times a year to inspect conditions and make sure these quality work standards continue. The Matt & Nat team is also involved with a number of other charity programs: they help feed the homeless four times a year in their hometown of Montreal, they help customers recycle their older bags by giving them to the charity Dress for Success and help single mothers who pursue full-time post-secondary education find affordable housing via their collaboration with Project Chance Resident. It’s clear that the team behind Matt & Nat mean business and they are genuinely committed to making the world a better place. One gorgeous bag at a time.
The start of a new year is the perfect time to invest in products that are not just fashionable but also futuristic and worthy of your money. If I haven’t convinced you yet, Matt & Nat are currently having a massive sale of up to 60% off on all their gorgeous bags. So hurry up and visit mattandnat.com to get your very own eco-chic bag. You can also find their accessories at cool boutiques like Fred Segal and Holt Renfrew, and in department stores like Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Saks and Bloomingdale’s.
Matt & Nat aren’t perfect but their pretty darn close. Their philosophy is that people will continue to buy bags — so it’s better to provide a more healthier, eco-friendly choice than to not have one at all. It’s a no-brainer to invest in this quality line of handbags and now, you won’t have to feel guilty for spending your hard earned dough, even in this economy.