To go green, MR Label uses recycled, organic, and deadlock materials starting with its Collection 2 bags. Our satin and faux suede bags are made from 100% recycled PET fiber. What does that mean? Recycled PET fiber is made from melting down existing plastic and re-spinning it into new polyester fiber. The fiber uses plastic from objects like used water bottles, so they don’t end up as waste in landfills and the ocean. MR Label’s fabric source is Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certified, so we can feel confident in the fabric we are using. In addition, the fabric dyes meet the OEKO-TEX Standard ensuring no harmful chemicals are used in the dyeing process. We also have bags made from 100% organic cotton and deadstock fabrics. Deadstock fabrics are the leftover fabrics of other fashion houses who overestimated their needs that we take in order to eliminate waste.
MR Label handbags are manufactured in the Garment District of Manhattan, so it abides by NY labor standards. Our designer also goes to the facility twice a week to ensure full transparency and product quality. We value strong relationships with our production partners and, for us, that’s done by seeing the product first-hand throughout the process.
We value cruelty-free practices, so no animal products are used to make MR Label handbags. This means no leathers or furs. Instead, we use our sustainable recycled polyester satin material and will continue to expand into other vegan materials in future collections.
The goal at MR Label is for the customer to feel her most confident, stylish self while wearing her bag. We make fun, easy-to-wear bags that get noticed and dress up every outfit.