Nomah Project was inspired by founder Linda Cassio's travels to her native country of Mexico where she discovered and fell in love with the amazing craftsmanship of the local artisans. She was so inspired that she decided to seek out more countries in Latin America that, like Mexico, have native communities that create beautiful naturally sourced and handmade goods. Nomah which means "my hand" in Nahuatl is her venture to create, promote and support artisanal goods across Latin America. Each product is 100% handmade and gives back to the indigenous communities from which the products are sourced.
Made from the hands of Colombian Artisans, this Bacano bag is a stunning handcrafted piece. Made out of yarn and decorated with multiple fun pom poms.
Also available in Purple.
This product ships from the United States and is ready to ship within 14 to 21 business days of purchase date.
Launched in 2011, Miss Mochila was founded by Chloe Abadi as a way to preserve the beautiful textile work of the Wayuu Tribe in South America. Each of these bags are hand-woven by the tribe's artisans using age old traditions. By purchasing one of these bags you are helping sustain the economic growth of this artisanal community. Give back while getting stylish, Miss Mochila bags will look great on your arm at the beach or in the city.
Be the first to know about New Arrivals, Private Sales and more...