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- Adrian Lopez Velarde and Marte Cazarez, owners and founders of Desserto, has created environmentally-friendly leather made of Nopal cactus plants.
- Their groundbreaking product has gained a lot of attention since they first introduced it in Milan, Italy last October 2019.
We always love it when brilliant minds put their efforts together to help save the planet. Case in point, two entrepreneurs have come up with a great alternative to leather – one that doesnt involve using animal rawhide and skins.
Desserto founders Adrian Lopez Velarde and Marte Cazarez of Mexico have developed a method of turning cacti into leather. With this, they offer “cruelty free, sustainable alternative, without any toxic chemicals, phthalates and PVC” compared with usual leather.
The two brains behind the innovative product.
According to their official website, the two came up with the groundbreaking idea “after working in the furniture automotive and fashion industries” where the realized the gravity of our pollution problems.
Their interest in the subject led them to resigning from their day jobs to think of a solution and to establish their own company.
The world’s first eco-friendly leather made from Nopal cactus.
After two straight years of hard work and research, the two eventually succeeded in creating their unique cactus leather.
In October 2019, they had their first chance of showcasing their one-of-a-kind leather in Milan, Italy – and it has since gained a lot of praise and attention.
Adrian and Marte explain that their product is offered in different colors, thickness, and textures so its perfect for different applications such as” fashion, leather goods, furniture and even automative industries,” the site specified.
A leather like no other!
Definitely no animals harmed while making these leather products…
Watch the video feature here to learn more about cactus leather:
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