The piece that will transform your closet, and you.
This iconic piece from Río Quito, Chocó, Colombia, is made from a fiber called Hoja Blanca. Hoja Blanca is a tree grown in the region and is used to produce an array of diverse crafts and working tools. Durable, resistant, and truly a delightful fashion find. Learn more in our blog.
Weavers: Floricelda. This is her main source of income. She has been an artisan for 37 years, and was taught by her grandmother Alminta. She dedicated 3 days a week on her craft, and the rest of the time she is working the land to be able to harvest crops and feed her grown children and grandchildren.
20 Height / 23 Width / 5 Depth / strap drop length 46 (centimeters)
8 H / 9 W / 2 D / strap drop length 18 (inches)
Note: Please keep in mind these are handcrafted, artisanal items, and dimensions and tones could vary slightly. Thank you.
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