Blooming in Red Baguette Kuna Bag by Mola Sasa at White Label Project

Blooming in Red Baguette Kuna Clutch

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By Colombian fashion brand Mola Sasa.

Inspired by prairie flowers, the Kuna bag features abstract textile in black, crimson, and cerulean blue - a versatile yet eye-catching combination. Hand-sewn by indigenous women from Colombia, this bag is perfect for any occasion and can be worn as a clutch or crossbody.

Kuna Textiles are all hand-sewn by the women of the Guna Dule indigenous community in the Caiman Alto Reserve, Colombia. For generations, these women have passed down their unique craft of hand-sewing cut-out layers of fabric to create intricate patterns and designs. Each piece of fabric is a unique expression of the artisan who crafted it with care. Guna Dule culture, beliefs, and traditions are woven into every composition, depicting scenes of daily life, nature, or abstract motifs.

Size: Length: 25 CM, Width: 6 CM, Height: 15 CM

Color: Black, Crimson, Light Blue, Ivory, Pink

Material: Cotton, Linen

Clean carefully with a warm wet cloth. Do not dry clean or machine wash.

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Meet Mola Sasa

Founded in 2015 by Yasmin Sabet, Mola Sasa was born out of a unique collaboration with the Kuna communities of Colombia.The brand brings together collections that merge techniques, textures, and materials evocative of multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary backgrounds. Mola Sasa provides sustainable employment for more than 120 Colombian families from Kankuamo, Kuna, and Zenú indigenous communities.

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