Viewers have been clamoring to get their hands on the vegan handbag company Frida Rome, which was featured on Dragons Den.
Natalie Deana and Rebecca Joy, the company’s founders, came on the hit BBC One show in search of a – investment for a – interest in their company.
They described their bags as “sophisticated on the outside and naughty on the inside” and themselves as “bad girls who do good things” when they showed them to the Dragons.
New Dragon Steven Bartlett invested in the vegan apparel firm after promising to “make sustainability attractive” by including an erotic tale chapter in their bags.
With his brand-building ability, the new Dragon offered the duo all of the money in exchange for a 20% stake in the firm.
The startup joins the ranks of the series’ recent investments, which include Toto Sleep, a newborn sleeping training program, and Piddle Patch, a dog housetraining device.
Where To Buy These Vegan Handbags
According to Frida Rome’s website, the bags are composed of “eco-conscious materials” and “finished with an erotic story detail.”
Eluxe magazine and EcoMugal magazine, as well as Luxiders magazine and VEGWORLD magazine, have all highlighted the cactus and apple leather line.
As part of its “early bird launch offer,” the brand is presently providing 30% off its new line.
The WEEK/END Crossbody Handbag, is available on the Frida Rome website for £275 ($373).
You may pick whether or not you want the sexy tale included in the bag, which has a “masculine design with feminine mystique.”
There is also a “sister bag” for £275 ($373) that comes in a tan color and is constructed of tan apple leather.
If you’re searching for something more affordable, we propose this eco-tote bag, which is available for just £25 ($34).
Visit the Frida Rome website to see the entire collection.
Source: “Vegan Handbags on Dragons Den feature on hit BBC One show – How they performed” by Whitchurch Herald