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Shinsung, Polygiene to make ViralOff treated bags

24
Jun '20
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Shinsung has joined hands Polygiene to make bags with ViralOff treatment for viral reduction on the materials. Branded bags are highly valued possessions that are held and touched continuously, while at the same time being something one cannot simply wash. ViralOff treatment will help inhibit the growth of viruses and bacteria on the materials.

Also, with less need to wash, less microbial damage over time, as well as general freshness, treated bags will last longer. An expensive branded handbag could change hands in the vintage market many times before being discarded.

Shinsung makes bags and bag linings for leading global brands such as Marc Jacobs, Giorgio Armani, Coach, Gucci, and Marimekko

“Once again, we break new frontiers in fashion,” says Ulrika Björk, CEO of Polygiene. “Fashion is rapidly moving toward pandemic sustainability – taking the steps we have to take for the future. It is great to see Shinsung, with so many excellent brands on their client list, spearhead this in handbags.”

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