Bee & Kin’s work bags incorporate technology in the most useful ways

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Bee & Kin’s tech-y luxury leather bags can find your phone or send texts for you–and now they come in two brand new styles. Bee & Kin has carved a pretty amazing niche for itself in a very crowded luxury brand market. With the options for a smartly designed work bag or purse seeming nearly endless, the brand actually made bags smart. Each Bee & Kin bag has a button inside that can perform various tasks. An app that you download onto your phone allows you to program the button to do basically whatever you want, such as find your phone, text your location to a predetermined person, play music, send a drafted email, or even order an Uber. Additionally, each bag also includes wisely-placed pockets for your phone, your metro card, credit cards, chapstick, and the like. If you do end up misplacing something in your bag, each one …

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6 of the best bags to get you through quarantine, all under $150

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Out with your luxurious ‘it’ bag, in with hands-free, easy-to-clean bags for your new pandemic lifestyle. I recently took a peek inside the closet where I store my handbags, looking lovingly at each like it was an old friend who had accompanied me on adventures in my pre-pandemic life. Stylish purses don’t have much of a point when we’re confined to our homes, and leather work totes don’t serve much of a purpose when we no longer go to the office. Around the world, handbags will continue to gather dust through this strange moment in history. Read Full Story

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Lego is replacing its clear plastic bags with recyclable paper

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The company wants its packaging to be sustainable by 2025, so the crinkly bags have got to go. If you buy a Lego set today, the toy bricks come packed in tiny numbered plastic bags. Every year, the toy manufacturer uses hundreds of millions of those bags. But the company is starting to phase out single-use plastic, with the goal of making its packaging sustainable by 2025—and those bags are a big part of it. Next year, it will begin rolling out an alternative, with bricks packed in Forest Stewardship Council-certified paper instead. Read Full Story

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