Kresse Wesling is one half of Elvis & Kresse a circular company set up in 2005 to solve the problem of material ending up in landfill. They started with London’s decommissioned fire hose. None go to landfill anymore. They also reclaim parachute silk, auction banners, and printing blankets to name a few of the other materials. They upcycle the materials and ethically handmake them into sustainable luxury bags and accessories. 50% of their profits go to charity. To date Elvis & Kresse have rescued over 200 tons from landfill. Their workshop runs on renewable energy and they believe in ethical production and all their pieces are handmade by their craftsmen, who are all treated fairly and equally.