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Batik Crossbody Bag

You’ll love it because: Petite and super cute, but big on aesthetics and craftsmanship, this little purse hold all your essentials and pairs well with denim!

Price:

$28.00

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Description

Stand out from the crowd with this multicultural bag featuring a zipped foldover flap. A collaboration that draws on the skill of several ethnic groups, the bag features Lanten cotton, which is famous for its super soft handfeel.

In collaboration with the Village Weavers Project, Hmong artisans create abstract geometric patterns using wax resist batik techniques. The team of seamstresses at the Living Crafts Center assemble all the pieces together.

Additional information

Weight400 g

Made by:

Made by Hmong
Hmong
Made by Lanten
Lanten

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