I transform sacks of fish food into chic shopping bags.

Nina Raeber

Cambodia / Lausanne
Innovation : Marketed / Broadcasted
Cambodians have a flair for design, even when decorating humble bags of fish food. That was all this stylist needed to  decide to transform these utilitarian sacks for a Western market. The result is beautifully exotic product with a social mission, allowing women to escape from prostitution.

When filming in the factory in Phnom Penh we found out that Nina’s subcontractor manufactures a line of products similar to hers, which it sells in the United States. Met with our dismay, Nina responded: “Welcome to the world of social entrepreneurship!”

Interact, support, talk !

  1. laure gomez montoya
    1. Julie Shamengo
    2. Julie Shamengo
  2. Jack-Paul Couture
    1. Nina Raeber
  3. Christelle Crossette
  4. Christelle Crossette
    1. Nina Raeber
  5. André BROUCHET
  6. André BROUCHET
  7. André BROUCHET
  8. Carine Geenen
  9. cornélia bender

Actualités du pionnier

Nina Raeber: inspired and ethical accessories!

17 March 2016
Returning from Haiti, our pioneer Nina Raeber is relocating her business to Switzerland and launching a new collection of bags inspired by the traditional embroidery and beading of voodoo flags.

Collpart’s new ‘Zeppelin’ collection: reared in the open air !

16 January 2014
Nina has launched her new collection of bags, upcycled from old Zeppelins and made by a family workshop in Belgrade…