SAPPHIRE'S SEEDS INFUSED SHOPPING BAGS AND HOMMAGE COLLECTION
SAPPHIRE INTRODUCES SEED INFUSED SHOPPING BAGS AND HOMMAGE COLLECTION

Sapphire is a Pakistani clothing brand which sells ready-to-wear, unstitched and haute couture. It is based in Lahore, Pakistan. It is Pakistan’s one of the most famous clothing brand that earned fame because of its elegant and stylish garments. People love Sapphire’s clothes and other items but This time Sapphire has impressed its customers with its innovative and brilliant eco-friendly idea. As Sapphire has introduced HOMMAGE COLLECTION and environment-friendly, biodegradable bags which are infused with plant seeds in them. This innovation has become the talk of the town recently.

They’ve launched seed bags that you can just tear off and plant in soil.

Clothing brand Sapphire introduces biodegradable, seed infused bags

The Sapphire seed bags come with 4 step instructions explaining how the concept works.

** In step one, the customer has to tear the bag into small pieces.
The Second step includes planting the pieces two inches deep in the soil.
**  The seeds will be provided ample water regularly in step three.
** In the fourth step, the bag asks people to feel proud of making Pakistan beautiful.

Ever since the launch of these seeds bags, people have been nothing but supportive and appreciative towards the initiative taken by Sapphire.

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The company said that it is looking forward to making the bags a permanent fixture. Currently, the plan is to make the bags available at all Sapphire stores.

Sapphire took another major step by promising to plant a tree in the name of shoppers who buy from their “Hommage” collection,  with a slogan urging customers to “Make Pakistan Green Again.”

Furthermore, the “Hommage” collection includes a kurta printed with the word Pakistan, and the crescent and moon that symbolize the nation.

Customers who buy a kurta from the collection and give their name to the store will have a plaque erected bearing their name beside the tree at Akhuwat University in Lahore.

Certainly, we want a greater amount of such initiatives to help battle the issues that our country is facing.

So What do you think about this initiative?

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