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Shoppers across Sussex queued for hours today to try to snap up a must have designer item.
Fashion conscious consu air max trainers mers waited at Sainsbury’s stores across the county to try to grab an I’m not a Plastic Bag’.
The bags, which are a collaboration between Anya Hindmarch, global social change movement We Are What We Do and the creative agency Antidote, have been in demand after celebrities like Keira
Knightley were spotted carrying them.
The aim of the bag is to bring the issue of re usable bags to the public consciousness.
With only 20,000 available across the country and a price tag of 5 they sold out fast.
Journalist Petr air max trainers ina Hope, 27, of Worthing, queued at the Sainsbury’s at Lyons Farm, Worthing, but left empty handed.
She said: “I really wanted one of those bags. They are good for the environment and they look good too. I got there at about 8am but people had been there from 4am. And there were only about 30 in
store so they air max trainers air max trainers ng> had gone when I got there. I couldn’t believe it.”
Customers were only allowed to buy one bag each.
Gwyn Burr, Sainsbury’s Customer Director, said: “The Anya Hindmarch bag is one of the many ways that we are offering our customers the chance to be greener.”