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Marrakesh - New Collection

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New Products

Top Sellers

  • Wakuu Clip Bow-Tie Visco

    Our Bow-ties are handmade by the ladies from the Christ The Church workshop in Kibera. We have sourced some local fabrics to beautiful not to make into suits.

    One size fits all, with easily adjustable clips

    $ 25.00
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  • Wakuu T-Shirt Black

    Our Wakuu T-Shirt breath African culture and pride. Made in accordance with the 10 World Fair Trade Principles of Fair Fashion in co-operation with the Kiboko Garment Factory. We used “Cotton Made in Africa“: cotton sourced from smallholder farmers across the African continent. We sourced local African fabrics in Kenya for the pocket, sleeve and slit details.

    $ 35.00
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  • Butterfly Backpack

    The “Butterfly Backpack” is a unique designer felt backpack made of natural material
    using 100% merino wool, joined together with wooden sticks,
    adjustable straps without a buckle and in a wide range of colors.
    All the products are made by hand.

    $ 100.00
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