Camino Kuna Tote by Mola Sasa at White Label Project
Camino Kuna Tote by Mola Sasa at White Label Project

Camino Kuna Tote

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By Colombian fashion brand Mola Sasa.

Crafted by the Kuna Women in Colombia, the designs combine traditional geometric patterns with intricate hand-sewn appliqués of various native birds and plants. 

Based on Colombia’s unique and colorful topography, this collection brings to life the walks and paths of the ancestral Guna Dule history in a variety of redefined accessories.

The Kuna Tote is a versatile design, made to carry all sorts of goodies and practical daily items such as computers. Its handles are made of strong woven cotton and the body is made of washable canvas. It has a decorative Kuna Textile through the middle on each side that gives it an allure beyond that of a simple tote.  

    Size: Height 37 cm, width 34 cm, depth 8 cm

    Color: Sand, Prune, Ivory, Red

    Material: Cotton Canvas, Cotton, Marbled Recycled Cotton

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

    Delivery within EU 3-5 days. Worldwide within 8-10 days. 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.
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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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