The Vegan handbag company Frida Rome, featured on Dragons Den, has left viewers desperate to get their hands on the bags. 

Founders Natalie Deana and Rebecca Joy appeared on the hit BBC One show looking for - investment for a - stake in their company.

The duo presented their bags to the Dragons which they described their bags as “sophisticated on the outside and naughty on the inside” and themselves as "bad girls who do good things".

The vegan fashion brand won an investment from new Dragon Steven Bartlett after promising to "make sustainability sexy" by putting an erotic story chapter in their bags.

Bridgwater Mercury: Founders of Frida Rome. Credit: BBCFounders of Frida Rome. Credit: BBC

The new Dragon offered the pair all of the money for 20% of the company with his brand-building expertise.

The company joins ranks of the series' recent investments including Toto Sleep - a baby sleeping training app and Piddle Patch which is an invention that helps to house train dogs.

How to buy the vegan handbags featured on Dragons Den

The bags are made from "eco-conscious materials" and have been "finished with an erotic story detail", Frida Rome says on its website.

The cactus and apple leather collection has been featured in a range of magazine titles from Eluxe magazine and EcoMugal magazine to Luxiders magazine and VEGWORLD magazine.

The company is currently offering 30% off its new collection as part of its "early bird launch offer".

Its debut WEEK/END Crossbody Handbag which they launched in October 2020,  will set you back £275 via the Frida Rome website.

The bag blends a "masculine design with feminine mystique" and you can choose whether or not you want the erotic story included.

There is also a "sister bag" which comes in a tan colour and has been made out of tan apple leather for £275.

If you're looking for something a little more budget-friendly, we recommend this eco-tote bag which could be yours for just £25.

See the full collection via the Frida Rome website.

Dragons' Den airs at 8 pm on Thursdays on BBC One.