Crafted by artisans
Our Artisan fabric is made new by master weavers on a footloom and made in small and limited batches. We work closely with these talented artisans (hence the name) by applying their traditional techniques to fresh patterns and new color palletes.SHop available now
Our Artisan Collection is made in small batches and limited quantities. Once an Artisan Collection sells out it is gone forever!
No Detail Spared
Artisan fabric is newly made by master weavers using the footloom process. It can take about 8 hours to make 1 single yard of Artisan fabric.
We pride ourselves in working with weavers and leather craftsmen who make a living working creatively at fair wages.
One of a Kind
One of a Kind bags are made using upcycled Maya apparel that was woven with a back strap or a foot loom many years ago. We travel to remote Guatemalan villages and pick patterns from thousands of traditional huipils (shirts) and cortes (skirts) previously worn by native Guatemalan women.Shop Now
Refuse to be Ordinary
Since the One of a Kind Collection is made from unique upcycled fabric, no two bags are ever exactly the same.
Just like each of us, these bags have imperfections—they are perfectly imperfect. We celebrate these imperfections because they are made by hand!
New Life to Vintage
The Guatemala OOAK collection is crafted from vintage Maya clothing, made on backstrap looms and footlooms many years ago.
"You'll never find another one quite like me."
This line comes from Oaxaca, Mexico and we’re in love with its leather, structure and everything about it. Its a beautiful line that implements centuries of knowledge from Mexico handbag makers and weavers.Shop available now
Smooth + Structured
This leather comes to you with a smooth finish and will hold its structure over time.
Customized by you
Your bag will gain a natural finish determined by how you care and handle it. Your bag will take on a signature look overtime.
Tapered handles, reinforced hardware, and a solid base, prepare to hand this bag down to your next generation.
It's a Heritage Thing
Weaving is a dying art form. Our mission is to give opportunities to those people who have been preserving their family’s culture. It’s a heritage thing. And we want to keep that alive.