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Designer Sakina M’sa unveiled a limited edition (only 100 to be sold worldwide) take on Puma‘s Grip Bag in Paris yesterday. The bag’s design was inspired by the stories of workers in her native Comoros Islands, and is crafted from recycled worker’s overalls. M’sa also runs a company which provides work for those who have been in periods of long-term unemployment and the bag is an extension of her experiences with those she’s assisted.

If you’re looking to get your hands on one of these exclusive pieces, French charity retailer Merci has 10 of the 100 bags for sale at 350 Euros (about $475.) 100% of the proceeds from sales at Merci go to assist impoverished children in Madagascar, one of the poorest countries in the world.

What Do You Think? Would you grab this bag?

spotted at [WWD]