One: Maze Bag, by Made by Wave.
Blending traditional Indonesian craftsmanship with the modern aesthetics of a global travellerif you’re looking for a slightly more bohemian basket bag then check out Made by Wave.
Two: Jeanne Bag, by The Noces
Revisiting traditional techniques from Madagascar, The Noces have created a bohemian chic and modern line of accessories. Teaming up with talented women from rural areas, this is a brand that works with sustainable fabrics produced in an ethical and fair wage environment.
Three: Capri Bag, by Bohemian Design.
Based in the beautiful city of Edinburgh, Bohemian Design works solely with artisan producers and through these collaborations helps support meaningful employment and ensure the survival of awe- inspiring traditional crafts.
Four: June Bag by Indigo Africa.
Partnering with groups of artisan women in Rwanda & Ghana, Indigo Africa create a range of handcrafted products that bring beauty into the world through modern design, time-honored techniques, and genuine artisan skill.
Five: Jute Macrame Bag by Maison Bengal.
Based in Suffolk, Maison Bengal is a social enterprise that aims to provide some of the poorest people in Bangladesh with a decent and reliable wage.
Six: Canasto Bag by Arteli.
Arteli formed a close relationship with female artisans in the small town of Usiacuri, located in the North Coast of Colombia, who are now the magical hands behind all the brands styles.
Seven: Sardenha Bag from Etsy.
Made to order woven basket bags.
Eight: Straw Fish Basket by Maria La Rosa.
Maria La Rosa’s production is entirely made in Italy, the quantity is limited and each component is worked by hand.
Nine: Lilly Bag by Bembein.
From Bali to Morocco and Vietnam, Bembien aims to promote the cultures of these incredible international weaving communities. 10% of Bembien proceeds go to Nest, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) committed to the social and economic advancement of global artisans and homeworkers through supply chain transparency, sustainable business development, and widespread industry advocacy.
Which bag has caught your eye!? Chime into the comment section below, I’d love to hear from you 🙂