Why Mbadon, you may wonder. Mbadon is my middle name given by my grandmother. It is from the TIV tribe in Nigeria my tribe. It means more beautiful.
My grandmother was a single mother of 2 and always believed women were ‘more beautiful.’ A statement that is completely true and every African woman should live by. The Mbadon earpin complements the African woman’s beauty, making them radiate with elegance and confidence.
This piece is in homage to all our ancestors and to you.
Vintage vibes are timeless. The patchwork on this laptop sleeve combines that vinatge feel with African luxury to make you stand out anywhere you choose to carry along your laptop or Ipad. The interior padding of this sleeve ensures that your laptop or ipad is safe from your day to day hustle and bustle.
This sleeve is sure to keep your stylish and making fashion statements all day, every day.
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.