This one is a very special piece to us, born from the collaboration with the Bali Life Foundation. Named after the bold and daring pioneer Amelia Eahart and produced in limited batches, it has been entirely handcrafted using the macrame technique, by the loving hands of the women working at the workshop run by the Bali Life Foundation. These are women who used to be begging in the streets of Bali and who have found at this workshop an opportunity to earn their living in a dignified way. Because we deeply believe that anyone deserves a second or even a third of fourth chance, especially those who are less fortunate. The bag comes embellished with a hand-made brass handle-top, inspired by the West African bangles. For sure this is a bag with a story to remember.
Features: Entirely made of surplus leather lovingly intertwined using the macramé technique - Certified buttery-soft sheep leather sourced form one of the oldest tanneries in Java, Bali Makmur, existing since 1966 - Made by the women workshop of the Bali Life Foundation - Hand- made brass handle top.
Dimensions: Height:75 cm - Width: 50 - Handle: 10 cm