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NEW YORK - Fashion designer and artist Heron Preston has launched a new compostable pouch, in partnership with packaging firm Haney and computer giant Hewlett Packard (HP), which he says could have the potential to replace plastic bags in retail fashion.

The pouches are derived from FSC- and PEFC-certified wood pulp and are printed with HP Indigo ElectroInks in a limited edition of 200 but those behind it feel it could be scaled up.

Preston, a 2019 CFDA Emerging Designer of the Year nominee, said the pouches were a first for the fashion industry and could replace the plastic polybags used in retail stores.

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