bundubags is a South African social enterprise that produce a line of handbags from recycled materials and 100% African print cotton. Handwoven, the bags are available in a range of striking pattern and boasts sustainable and fairly traded practices.
Founded in 2012, bundubags was created by a group of South African women who realized the social impact potential of the abundance of cargo strapping at their disposal.
While the bags maintain their sustainability and eco-friendly goals, they also serve to maintain the traditional weaving techniques of the region. Having started with a creative idea, bundubags endeavors to provide economic opportunity for women in Africa through its line of chic, contemporary designs.
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By: Rebecca Byers - Published: Oct 2, 2012 • References: bundubags.wordpress