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July 11, 2019
Bead by Bead in Gujarat
The Wanderer series of earrings was inspired by the sights and sounds of Gujarat, India. The Sarita and Aarika beaded earrings were woven with that in mind; terracotta-like beads representing its earthy architecture, olive beads representing the agricultural and horticultural tradition that many villagers have, while the black and gold coloured beads feature...
June 26, 2019
A Different Design by Eh Wah
Conceptualised by Eh Wah, Myanmar-based designer who loves all things colourful, she has been working with a group of women producers for the past seven years to train them in their craft. These women have benefitted much from Eh Wah who has tirelessly trained and provided them with a sustainable...
April 24, 2019
The Weekender: Generations of Leather Crafters
The Puspak* (pronounced as push-pak) woven slides in vegetable-tanned full grain water buffalo leather was handmade in a small village located in North Karnataka, India. With just over 11,000 people living in that village, our leather shoemakers have been pronounced 'Master Shoemakers' by the local community due to its centuries-long tradition of...
April 24, 2019
The Weekender: The Wayuu Way of Life
The Wayuu (pronounced as wai-you) people, an indigenous group from South America, are known as the people of the sun, sand, and wind. They arrived in the Guajira Peninsula of Colombia from the Amazon rainforest and Antilles around 150AD to escape hostile environments to find a new home. The tribe survived many fights...