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Elvis and Kresse

Elvis & Kresse was established in 2005 to save London's decommissioned fire-hose, hoses that had become too damaged to repair and were going to landfill. Elvis & Kresse fell in love with these brave old hoses and mounted a rescue. Today, Elvis & Kresse's highly skilled craftspeople make beautifully designed bags and homeware from 15 different reclaimed materials. 50% of profits from the fire hose range go to The Fire Fighters Charity.
Elvis & Kresse rescue London’s damaged fire-hoses, transform them into luxury accessories and donate 50% of profits to the Fire Fighters Charity.
Meet Elvis

Meet Elvis

Elvis isn’t just the Co Founder of Elvis & Kresse, he is also our chief designer and a master craftsman. Since 2005 he has designed and perfected every technique that we use to collect, clean and transform our raw materials. His favourite item is our fire-hose wash bag. It is the perfect blend of design and utility, the fire-hose is perfect for a wet environment and easy to clean on both the inside and the outside.

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iPhone 6 Case £40.00 GBP
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Weekend Bag £299.99 GBP
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Billfold Wallet £75.00 GBP
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Macbook Case £45.00 GBP
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iPhone 7 Case £40.00 GBP
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Messenger Bag £230.00 GBP
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Red Double Cardholder £31.00 GBP
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Billfold Wallet with Coin Pocket £75.00 GBP
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Pouch £35.00 GBP
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Large Washbag £59.50 GBP
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Medium Washbag £54.50 GBP
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Travel Case £48.00 GBP
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Torpedo Cuff Links £36.00 GBP


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SUPPORTING THE MAKERS

Our suppliers create opportunities for disadvantaged people

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PROTECTING THE PLANET

Our products are sourced with sustainability in mind

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A HAND UP, NOT HAND OUT

We’re striving to dismantle poverty through social trading