has printed in the font is the image of multiple wickerwork that is called
traditionally in Ethiopia Weskembias. Weskembia
is a handmade material made with spectacular colors of string used for many
purposes. I was inspired by
northern Ethiopian cultural dance and eastern Ethiopian decorative weaker works
to create this beautiful design. It has
a beautiful print of Weskembias on its front.In the Northern part of
Ethiopia women put Weskembia on their head while they perform a traditional
dance, it deep colorfulness will add a glowing effect on the women’s face. In
the eastern part of Ethiopia people use it as a home decoration. Experience
the beauty and colorfulness of Ethiopia.
Before modern bags,
people all over the world used hide for holding different
things like milk and water wherever they traveled. In
Ethiopia, we call it Silicha. To paytribute this
history, wecreated a modern bag that resembles the exact
shape of the animal.
It is a hand stitched product brought
to directly from our hand to your heart.
I want to remind the civilization of the Axumite kingdom by printing Axumite coin on our bags and transfer the story to the youth. “In the late 3rd century, Axum began minting its own currency and was named by Mani as one of the four great powers of his time along with Persia, Rome, and China. Axum converted to Christianity in 32 B.C under King Ezana and was the first state ever to use the image of the cross on its coins.” You are selected to be part the greatest civilization and storyteller by using our bag.
I want to remind the civilization of the Axumite Kingdom by printing Axumite coin and transfer the story to the youth. Sophia is the mother of one of the greatest emperors Ezana of Axum. Feel like the greatest women by owning our bag.
In today’s fast-moving
society, technology changes rapidly. Yesterday's fancy gadgets
become obsolete in just a few years. As a designer, this inspires me to design
a bag which resembles a computer monitor to represent how things are changing
through time. You will love it for its quality and attractiveness!Purchaseone
to preserve this history.
is an Ethiopian cultural cotton fabric used to make cultural cloths. Ethiopian cultural
clothes only worn on occasions and holidays, we want to make a compliment of it
by mixing it with leather to create casual bags.
Mudai is a handmade Ethiopian traditional equipment used to hold precious jewelry of a woman. It is made of straw and colorful strings. I was inspired by the similarity ofMudai and lady’s purse since both hold women’s precious staffs.
Woskembia with Kerkeha (bamboo)
I was inspired by Tigreans Cultural dance, especially when the women rotate in circle while they put the Weskembia on their head, it will add glowing effect on the women face. Woskembia is a handmade material made with spectacular colors of string used for many purposes.