RIONA hand bags are one of a kind style that stands out. Bentley has been the leading manufacturer and retailer of luggage and handbags since 1987 and they’ve recently launched the RIONA collection. This collection is a vegan line that is approved by PETA made with eco-friendly materials and cruelty free hand bags. I have become a big fan of these leather alternatives hand bags!
Impeccable stitching, high quality hardware and the best part- this bag is made with top quality polyurethane which is a biodegradable material, therefor less harmful to the environment. With gilded components on RIONA handbags that are produced with high-grade zone this strong and durable alloy will not tarnish over time.
The interior is made with 100% recycled plastic bottles. An interesting fact is that 10 bottles are recycled for the monogram Jacquard lining, which is fantastic as it mean less plastic bottles that would have landed up in the landfills otherwise.
I love my RIONA Sofia Front Flap Satchel bag. It’s in a lovely rich Cognac colour that I am quite fond of, I love the gold finishes at it just brings out the colour and richness of the bag. It is also currently on sale! The fact that I can keep my cards safe with RFID protection is amazing! What bag manufacturer offers that? It’s a first for me.
Here are some more features:
These bags are made with the latest RFID signal blocking technology to ensure your data is safe. Your cards, keys-safe! The special metallic layers integrated into the interior pocket prevents thieves from electronically scanning or skimming your cards for personal data. So RIONA handbags and wallets prevents and offers protection against identity theft.
I’m sold! And since there is a sale I think I’ll order a new bag and new wallet. I love the RFID protection- I am very pleased with the whole RIONA collection, it is beautiful so go pick one up!
Disclosure: I was gifted the Sofia Riona Tote for review. All opinions are always my own and never influenced.
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