Perfect as a work bag, our Lori B. Tote is not only feminine and chic but it is also roomy and well structured. It comfortably fits a 13" laptop and features an external front pocket to complete the look.
Material: Full Grain Leather
Colour: Tan - Mid Brown
Dimensions: 11.5" H x 15" W (Top) 12" W (Bottom) x 6" D; Drop 9.5"
Taking its creative inspiration from the lifestyle of the Afar people, the WAWI 2021 bag collection was developed in collaboration with two artists; Micheal Tsegaye and Isabel Tesfazghi. The Afar society represents a vivid example of the many African cultures passing through the turbulence of globalization while resiliently struggling to maintain their indigenous identities. Photographed by Micheal Tsegaye in 2019, the Afar man and women featured on the bags manifest originality and boldness embedded within the social fabric of the Afar society. Designed by Isabel Tesfazghi, the patterns accompanying the photograph stand for dynamic movements and spiritual connectivity.
The Amiyu is one of those bags that you want because it can be anything you want it to be; laptop bag, travel bag, casual weekend bag and even a baby bag. It has deep compartments and long shoulder straps, making it really easy to carry.
The interior features an expandable main compartment suitable to hold a laptop, paperwork or other belongings and one end to end zipped compartment for those items you want to keep extra safe. On the side of the inside of the bag is a zipped pocket big enough to throw in your keys and phone for easy access.
Selam Bucket bag is from the beautiful series of bags we designed to complete your look with a soft, elegant and feminine touch. We used our pure, smooth skin leather for these bags to give you the soft comfort you will enjoy when carrying it.
We’ve combined the classical beauty and tradition found in the handcrafted Bogolan cloths of the Malian people with natural vegetable tanned leather to create unique drum/bucket bags we’ve named Kedi.
One of the best known traditional African cloths, Bògòlanfini (bogolan), or “mud cloth", is a handmade Malian cotton fabric dyed using a process of fermented mud that dates back to the 12th century. It has an important place in traditional Malian culture and has, more recently, become a symbol of Malian cultural identity.
Although made and used by many Malian ethnic groups, the designs made by the Bambana people are the ones which have the most international recognition.
This is the ultimate lady boss statement piece. The perfect size, it is understated elegance that is designed for everyday use. Contrast lining in kitenge fabric features in the interior and side pockets adding to its unspoiled charm.