Hot Green Handbag

Practical environmentalists can declare their love for the Earth and for fashion following the U.S. release of British designer Anya Hindmarch’s “I’m not a plastic bag” bag.

This anti-excess statement is available online for $15 at, or at select Whole Foods stores on the East Coast.

A Today Show blogger reports that she talked with a couple girls who’d traveled to NYC from Taiwan to buy the bag.

Hmmm… flying to NYC from Taiwan to buy a plastic bag replacement? I’m not sure they were doing it for the Earth.

Nevertheless, replacing, reusing or recycling plastic bags is without a doubt good for the environment.


  1. Have you checked with Dallas Wholefoods to see if they are getting these?

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