twentytwentyone marked their move from plastic shop bags to paper and cloth bags with a charitable exhibition raising awareness and funds for the Fairtrade Foundation.
Bags of Goodwill appealed to 24 leading international designers to create a one-off design for an organic cotton bag.
The bags created by El Ultimo Gritto (above left) and Enzo Mari (above right).
Below are those designed by Jerzy Seymour (below left) and Gijs Bakker (below right).
The exhibition featured an inspiring and diverse range of forty unique designs, each sold to the highest bidder during London Design Festival.
Above: bags by Sam Hecht & Kim Colin (left), Eero Aarnio (centre) and Lucienne Day (right).
Below: designs from Tomoko Azumi (left), Barber & Osgerby (centre) and Giulio Cappellini (right).
The auction raised over £6,000 for the Fairtrade Foundation.
Above: designs by Alexander Taylor (left) and Ineke Hans (right).
Below: Bags from Michael Sodeau (left) and Tord Boontje (right).
The final word goes to Michael Marriot, whose design is featured below.