• Baggu leftover-leather keychains

    The ladies of Brooklyn-based accessories brand Baggu are sustainable-style superheroes. Not only have they made the once-dowdy reusable grocery tote lighter, better, thinner, and stronger; they've single-handedly made it cool enough to be your regular bag, with spot-on pop colors, luxe leathers, and print collaborations with designers like Mociun. Now, they're stepping up their commitment to waste reduction with the launch of two leather keychains—a wedge-shaped coin purse and a wrist loop for those can't-find-my-keys moments—made from small cuttings, left over from making their leather bags and pouches that would otherwise go to waste. The hides are tanned in upstate New York, and the keychains are made in the US. They'll be sold online starting May 1, in a range of fun shades like lemon yellow, grapefruit, and mint. - Eviana