How two sisters turned military surplus into high fashion
Betsy Nunez and Emily Nunez Cavness combined their love for fashion with their military upbringing to create bags, purses and more. The project eventually turned into a veteran-owned business called Sword and Plough because they are using old shell casings and camouflage, and employing veterans in need of work. NBC’s Tammy Leitner reports for TODAY.
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