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.
The Awino 3-way wallet is a classic piece yet so new because we took time to think about what we want it to achieve for you. This stunning piece of craftsmanship is made of cow leather and designed for the on the move traveler who likes a small, functional yet mysteriously spacious wallet for basics. This perfect on the go leather wallet has compartments for all your credit cards, business cards, coins and bills. We appreciate that you want to carry your loved ones with you, so we made space for them.
Measurement: L 18 cm by H 9.5 cm by W 17.5 cm (when fully open).
Hand - made from 100% genuine leather. The Mwende backpack is ideal for that globe trotter rushing through various airports to catch their next flight and doesn't want to compromise on quality, style and convenience while at it. It is designed to make a statement about who you are on and off duty.
A versatile bag, the Makosewe has remained a favorite as a quintessential accessory for both the office and casual events. The African print fabric covering the firm base and bag binding offers a sharp and beautiful contrast against the plain leather interior.
S'inspirant du mode de vie du peuple Afar, la collection de sacs WAWI 2021 a été développée en collaboration avec deux artistes ; Micheal Tsegaye et Isabel Tesfazghi. La société Afar représente un exemple frappant des nombreuses cultures africaines traversant les turbulences de la mondialisation tout en luttant avec résilience pour maintenir leurs identités autochtones. Photographiés par Micheal Tsegaye en 2019, l'homme et la femme Afar figurant sur les sacs manifestent une originalité et une audace ancrées dans le tissu social de la société Afar. Conçus par Isabel Tesfazghi, les motifs accompagnant la photographie représentent des mouvements dynamiques et une connectivit&