Since 2005 Elvis & Kresse have been on a rescue mission. Our first goal was to save London's decommissioned fire-hose from landfill; this was just the beginning.
We create stunning lifestyle accessories by transforming seemingly useless wastes and combining them with highly skilled, traditional craftsmanship.
We love to share, it makes the world a better place. This is why 50% of profits from our collections are donated to charities related to our rescued materials.
The Weekend Bag is featured as a key piece in the world famous Victoria & Albert Museum at their latest exhibit "Bags: Inside Out".
Our fire-hose Weekend Bag is not only a statement about reuse, revalue, creativity, and giving, but officially an icon in the history and future of bags.
Timeless elegance The Elvis & Kresse Tote Bag is made from genuine decommissioned fire-hose and lined with reclaimed parachute silk. Previously deployed in active duty for...View full product details
A weekend away The Elvis & Kresse Weekend Bag is handmade from genuine decommissioned fire-hose and the lining is made from material rescued from Burberry's...View full product details
Refined and Reclaimed The Fire & Hide Post Bag is handcrafted using the finest rescued leather accentuated by our signature decommissioned fire-hose and finished with a reclaimed...View full product details
Ready for every mini adventure The Elvis & Kresse Medium Wash Bag, just like its bigger brother, is made from genuine decommissioned fire-hose and...View full product details
Modern Luxury Our Fire & Hide Crossbody Bag combines rescued leather and decommissioned fire-hose and is lined with reclaimed parachute silk. The adjustable shoulder strap...View full product details
A Sustainable feast The Elvis & Kresse placemats are made from genuine decommissioned fire-hose and backed with black reclaimed printing blanket. The hand-stitched hose is vintage, some...View full product details
Out in the Field This is the Elvis & Kresse Field Bag: hard-wearing vintage fire-hose and hand-woven rescued Burber