What I love about a good large woven basket is that they are flexible, sturdy, they can fit into any room, and are just so usable in every aspect of your life. Heck, it would even be chic in the trunk of your car. From a simple design point of view, it’s minimalism works well, […]
Always on the hunt for those unique pieces, well I have clearly found one in Doug Johnston’s deep cone-shaped bag. A sturdy bag that is strong enough to carry yoga mats, sticks, shopping, and rods etc, it’s a stylish addition to any outfit ensemble. Made in Brooklyn, NY using cotton sash cord, Doug is well known for his collection of […]
I love a good market bag, but even better is a market bag that has finesse, a juxtaposition of different materials, and more importantly is a contributor to fair trade. Handcrafted by a women’s co-op in Bangladesh & then finished in California, this Virginia market bag is stylish, chic, reusable, and made from 100% natural golden jute fiber. With a waterproof lining for inner protection, the vegetable-dyed leather straps elevate the bag to another level. It is no longer just a market bag. Excellently minimal, this woven market bag is exclusive to Apolis + Need Supply Co. 12″ width. 17″ height. 8″ depth. 6″ x 7″ inside pocket.
Fair trade bags bright hand-woven straw baskets. Happy. Summer makes us happy. It’s totally normal that looking at this Sisal tote basket makes ones FEEL happy. Whats so cool about this awesome anywhere bag, is that Sisal is the straw leaves that come from the agave plant. Design House Mar Y Sol, works with ladies in Madagascar and Kenya to create vivid, original handbags from renewable materials, enabling families to gain economic independence and education, promoting fair trade. Roomy and structured, it’s patterned with bright stripes and detachable pompom’s. Handmade, the top opens to an unlined interior with one pocket. Made in Madagascar. H: 13″ / 33cm. L: 19″ / 48cm. D: 8″ / 20.5cm. Strap drop: 4″ / 10cm.
Holst + Lee Coral Snake Necklace conjures up imagination. Wear this woven necklace as a single strand, wear it doubled, wear it wrapped into a bracelet or even wear it as a belt. Whatever you do – just wear it. New York based jewelry designers Natalie Holst and Rochelle Lee, bring their roots from the South and leave their fear of snakes behind. Holst + Lee uses the colorblock pattern of the Coral Snake to inspire a necklace that matches well in conjunction with other patterns and colors. It’s vibrant striking boldness and how-many-ways-can-you-wear-it playfulness, combines so well to make it a not so scary accessory. Magnetic clasp. Length: 38in / 89cm.