Meet our Artisans


The man behind our handmade hats collaboration, now in the handmade online shopThe duo behind our Ubuntu notebooks, made from recycled paper and using a printing press.



The Burel Factory in Portugal produces our handmade blankets that come in varying patterns and colours.Ana+Sara, the wonderful sisters behind our handmade leather wallet and leather purse, which come in cognac, bordeaux and black.Xana + Ni are our leather producers for our indie style handmade leather shoulder bag and leather purse in the hippie look.


Malam Mohammed at work for our handmade hats collaboration, true pieces of African art!Mohammed El Janati produces our handmade bags, specifically our delicate Dragonfly Clutch in Morocco. True pieces of North African art!Oslouri et frères  produce the braided sunglass straps, which are originally intended for a caftan dress, but that we have re-purposed for a cool hippie look!


The Basecamp Foundation in Kenya is where our handmade African jewelry is produced, including our pearl necklaces in African colours!Cotton made in Africa supports small scale African farmers through fair trade, and they supply us with cotton for our indie style clothing collection which comes in African colours.The Fairtrade Kazuri workshop in Nairobi lovingly makes the beads for our pearl necklaces, fancy rings, and pearl earrings. All come in various African colours for the ultimate hippie look.Kiboko Leisure Wear in Kenya produces our handmade African style clothing in African colours, including cool tops and our reversible jacket which comes in different African colours.Urban Artefacts in Kenya produce a part of our handmade jewelry, namely our gold choker, creoles, pearl earrings, and pearl bracelet.Veronica is the creator behind our limited edition horn collection, which includes fancy rings, pearl bracelet, a gold choker, pearl earrings and creoles. For a elegant hippie look.