Cross body shoulder bag or tablet carrying case in grey
The EKATA bag is a really neat clever unisex bag which has a rigid form so it retains its shape and stands up. It's a perfect size to carry a tablet and books around, but just a great when you want a bag that isn't too large and looks smart but equally quite casual, due to the natual fabrics it's made from. It is a strong cotton weave, lined in black cotton. There are zipped pockets on the back and inside and an easy magnetic clasp on the front. The strap is real leather and has a nice brass fitting so it's fully adjustable.
It measures 24cm x 29cm.
They are designed and imported by one of the small design-led companies we show - Aura Que is a collaboration between UK designer Laura Queening and the small producer groups she works with in Asia. She looks to use traditional skills and local materials as much as possible, aiming to encourage empowerment through work for the individual producers who make the items. She has a passion for Eastern design and appreciation for artisan craftsmanship, handmade processes and traditional textiles.
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