The designer of the H+Bag wasn't sufficiently satisfied with the contemporary custom of reusing shopping bags -- and why should he be? Hyo Jun Jeon has come up with a clever way to make toting new clothing a more resourceful exercise -- well, in part, anyway.
You begin with a brown paper bag, narrow and long and deep enough to accommodate a garment or two. The outside of the H+Bag might be made of a thin recycled paper and the base of the satchel is a slightly sturdier card.
When you've returned home after running your errands and you've emptied out your H+Bag, simply remove the stiff bottom of the sack and follow the illustrated instructions. The walls can be folded into a pleated strip and fed through the loop in the card. With a curved notch in the top, the product functions perfectly as a closet-ready hanger for your purchase.
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