Jaguar Mini Bag by Mola Sasa at White Label Project
Jaguar Mini Bag by Mola Sasa at White Label Project

Jaguar Mini Clutch

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By Colombian Design Brand Mola Sasa

Introducing Mola Sasa's newest best-seller, the Jaguar Mini Bag! Designed to fit your essentials, the iconic fold-over flap features a powerful Jaguar design, representing strength and light in the dark. Individually crafted by the skilled artisan women of the Guna Dule community using their ancient appliqué technique, each bag is a unique piece of art. With magnetic clasps, a wooden handle, and leather strap, wear it as a crossbody, clutch, or even a waist bag for a touch of color and sophistication to any outfit.

The Kuna Textile was hand-sewn by the artisan women of the Guna Dule community in Caimán Alto, Colombia. For generations, these women have passed down an ancient appliqué technique involving the hand-sewing of cut-out fabric layers to create intricate pieces of art. Each textile is a unique design crafted with care by the artisan

Size: 18 Cm Length: 15 Cm Width: 5 Cm

Color: Creamsickle, Lilac, Poppy

Material: Mixed Fabrics, Wood Handle And Brass Hardware

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

Delivery by mid-June. VAT is included in the price. Deliveries to non-EU countries might come with extra taxes and import duties that the customer must cover.

You can get a full refund for items returned by mail within 30 days of receiving them, excluding shipping costs. No refunds or exchanges are possible after 30 days from receipt.

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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