At the beginning of the war the Stella McCarney team reached out to the Ukrainian designer community, and they said that they had some deadstock materials, it was PU leather, so not actual leather, but it was sustainable leather. So, they donated, a huge amount of such materials and around 10 Ukrainian designers received something from Stella McCartney, and we received such material. We received it in Paris, and we never did accessories but when we saw this material, we realised that we couldn’t do clothing out of it, because it was a really strong material, which is good for bags. And that’s how we decided let's do bags, why not, we have this material let's work on some samples, maybe it will work. It was our starting point to be honest, because we always were in the space of wanting to do accessories and having ideas for this. But you know when you’re running a business, especially during war, it’s very hard to launch a new line, but when we received such materials, we decided to try it. We sent them to Ukraine and the manufacturers made samples for us, it was a really long process because we discovered that for example when we produce clothes, we need at least two fittings to make everything perfect, with the final samples, there are one or two fittings and then it’s done, you can mass produce. But with bags, we had around 20 samples because it’s something, when you see if, there are things you want to improve, for example its weight in your hand, there are so many details, you never know, but you have to work on them to make it perfect for everyday life. The process took around nine or eight months to finally have the bags ready, and I’m really happy they were ready right before London Fashion Week, so we could show them to the audience, and the reaction was really good.