Kipling, a desirable fashion bag brand has partnered with Coca-Cola to produce an iconic range of bags in their Live Light Responsibly campaign. The\u00a0Kipling, Coca-Cola\u00a0collab uses material from PET bottles, 272,129 of them now saved from landfill, woven into durable ripstop material in Coca-Cola\u2019s famous red and white. Kipling knows that we are responsible for the impact our products have on the planet and are committed to Live.Light by constantly reimagining designs, rethinking material, repurposing energy, and reconnecting to people and the planet.\u00a0 This collaboration for the Kipling SS21 collection, is a refreshed and hip take on the brand\u2019s efforts to be more responsible. We are confident our astute and stylish customers will appreciate and love the classic Coca-Cola look. ALSO READ: 10 interesting facts about South Africa Some of Kipling\u2019s best-selling models have been revamped for this trendy partnership, like the Art Medium bag \u2013 a Kipling darling. All the new designs in the collab have fantastically fun zipper pulls inspired by aluminium can pull tabs. For the collab, Kipling\u2019s versatile Art Mini has a more subtle 3D embossed detail, reminiscent of the bubbly effervescence of the world\u2019s favourite drink, with the Coca-Cola logo peering through. This over-the-shoulder is perfect for an evening on-the-go. Or check out Kipling\u2019s stylish Creativity XB Crossbody, also available in the new Coca-Cola look, great for running errands or a night out on the town. Kipling is committed to doing better by lightening their step on the planet one bag at a time. This partnership with Coca-Cola creates an optimistic and wearable message about how you can \u2013 and are - positively impacting our future. Kipling has always aspired to be more than a bag brand, but to represent a positive, light-hearted mentality, and a free-spirited, inclusive outlook on life. We hope this trendy, fun and responsible collab will inspire customers to live light, especially at a time when the world can feel pretty heavy.