Used by Maasai as a cloth and made out of 100% Acrylic. The Shuka comes in a variety of colours. This is a multi-purpose item and can be used as a blanket, throw over, or wall hanging. Also is an accessory used in fashion for men and women. This is a wonderful cultural item. The Shuka is 200 cm long and 150 cm wide. Made of 100% pure Acrylic or Cotton. It is worn by Maasai Morans as an important attire that distinguishes them from the rest of the communities. This is an attractive garment you can use to identify with the Maasai warrior Morans. You can also use it as a beautiful bedspread, table-spread during outdoor camping or safaris as well as cultural dressing during special occasions.
African Jacquard and mille collines have come together to create this statement textile. Drawing inspiration from the craft of traditional weaving, this shawl is an ode to the richness of West-African weaving patterns.
This collaboration is a result of months of love, design, and sampling – a true weaving journey.
Made of the finest French linen and African cotton, it can be draped across the body in several ways, or even used as a throw or a wall hanging in your home. We encourage you to use this beautiful textile in your own way.
Why fit in when you can stand out with this sassy and elegant laptop leather sleeve, perfect for protecting your laptop from potential scratches and breakages. It's padded and lined interior gives you that extra peace of mind you need as you push through your day. It also features a nylon zip closure and a convenient card slot inside measuring 14.5” by 10”
The Katya Notebook Holder is made of high quality leather and is a perfect choice for those who like to keep their notebooks neat. It is especially perfect for studying, travelling, work and everyday routines as the sturdy holder protects your notebook from ripping and folding.
Katya Notebook Holder:
- Aesthetic design.
- Has two pockets on the left side to keep your business cards, stickers, flash cards and other small essential notes.
This unique one of a kind beaded belt design is inspired by a blend of many worlds; Nilotic Africans and Aztec Mexicans, who all have an inherent love for beads and leather. Wazawazi loosely translates to open minded, and this beaded leather belt is a reminder that we are open minded about diversity.
And because they are handmade, expect some few variations from the image you see here. It is handmade, after all.