By  on March 19, 2019

PARIS — Grupo Insud, an Argentine powerhouse engaged in areas including life sciences, agribusiness, culture, nature and design, purchases land for the development of forestry activity in the north of Corrientes, Argentina; creates a farm to sustain the local Caiman latirostris crocodilian species, then launches a leather goods line specializing in their skins. In terms of supply chains, it doesn’t get much more local.

Swimming against the stream of the Millennial-driven vegan movement are brands like the group’s fledgling Buenos Aires-based luxury bag label, Solantu, staking out a niche in sustainable luxury with designs made from the skins in a rich color palette.

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