Aplat's Sturdy Culinary Totes Apply Origami Folding to Zero-waste Designs
Centerline, September 2017
Applying origami paper folding principles to fabric, Aplat founder Shujan Bertrand creates zero-waste designs from a single sheet of fabric, the results--culinary totes for food, wine, bread and garden—displayed at last month’s NY NOW trade show at the Javits Center.
Maker Spotlight: Shujan Bertrand
makezine.com, August 2017
Q&A with Aplat founder, Shujan Bertrand. Shujan talks about how she starting making and what she plans to make next.
Form, Function & Color
Fine Cooking, August-September 2017
A roundup of our favorite useful and beautiful products—many sustainable, too.
These Carriers Will Get Food to Potlucks in Style
thekitchn.com, June 2017
If you're hosting, a summer potluck party is basically the easiest way to entertain. If you're a guest, though, the hard part falls on you. No, not figuring out what to make — you've got tons of ideas for crowd-pleasing pasta salads and casseroles— the hard part is figuring out how to transport the stuff from your house to your friend's house.
The Find: Totes Smart
The Oprah Magazine, July 2017
We are so honored to have our Plat Culinary Tote featured as "The Find" in O, The Oprah Magazine. Check us out in the July issue on newsstands now.
From Farm to Factory
Metropolis, February 2017
The tote bag seems like one of the few items for which it isn’t necessary to reinvent the wheel. Not so for Shujan Bertrand…