How OLEADA Designed Sustainable Luxury Handbags For the Modern Woman

OLEADA handbags

As a team of female professionals, OLEADA understands the struggle of searching for the perfect everyday bag. Unlike most designer brands, OLEADA prioritizes the real needs of modern women. Through research and study, each artistically crafted OLEADA handbag is equipped with thoughtful details that allow you to enjoy the luxury of a designer bag, and the practical functionality necessary to be a real woman who wears multiple hats.

Founders, Tracy Hua Zhong and Tiffany Ziyan Zhou, seek to bring a sense of weightlessness back to modern women by minimizing everyday hassles with quality multifunctional and sustainable handbags.

“We believe style does not have to come at the cost of the environment. We take pride in our commitment to sustainability and only work with partners who align with the same environmental practices. Our bags are built to withstand the test of time, doing good for you and our planet.”

Tracy and Tiffany have traveled the world for their business and came up with a solution for the modern, working woman on the go—a fabulous line of luxury leather bags, most of which fit a laptop—while some, just lipstick!

The brand has a mission to slow fashion down to create a more sustainable bag and is launching a line of fully sustainable bags made 100% of recycled plastic. From developing a cutting-edge buy-back program to the perfect handbag whether day or night, look no further than OLEADA’s line of vibrant colored leather bags.

“You can join our recycling program when you wish to upgrade your used OLEADA bag and help us to slow fashion down,” shares Tracy and Tiffany.

Each OLEADA handbag is carefully handcrafted by artisans with more than 20 years of luxury manufacturing experience. The handbags are made from waterproof, stain-resistant, and scratch-resistant materials. The founders drew inspiration from the masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi but materialized in New York. When you own an OLEADA bag, you own a piece of functional art.

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