Japanese Textile Baguette #24
This capsule collection consists of 25 Baguette handbags - each handcrafted from vintage Japanese kimono textiles sourced from Japan.
A vintage obijime, a braided cord belt used to tie kimonos closed, is included with every purchase.
Dark moss wool with asanoha pattern. Asanoha, or hemp leaf pattern, is one of the Japanese traditional patterns. Hemp was the main material of clothing for the common people until cotton in historic Japan. This pattern has the meaning of a protection from harm or evil spirits.
Shoulder handbag constructed from repurposed 1960-1970’s kimono fabric sourced from Japan
Natural cotton twill lining
Hidden magnetic snap closure
Interior pocket for small items
Asata Maisé logo tag sewn into lining
1 of 25, Each bag is unique
Includes dust bag, authenticity card, and care instructions
Ethically made in the USA. Each craftsperson who took part in the process is paid a livable and fair wage.
Strap hangs approximately 5.5” from bag