Formed of unique and intense variations in texture, color and other graphic elements, the Florence Yadaan Tote 2.0 is a rare and playful gem. Crafted of recycled clothing with macrame rope handles, this electrifying design is a piece to remember and one that is as long-lasting as the memories made with it.
Nosouj is dedicated to ethical and environmentally thoughtful designs with each of their bags handmade by artisans using the traditional technique of Dokuma, weaving recycled clothing and macrame ropes into unforgettable pieces.
Handmade with recycled clothing, macrame rope handles, a delicate crochet pocket and towel lining
Pink and blue striped tote with red crochet handle and matched colors fringes.
Dimensions: 53 cm × 14 cm × 30 cm
At its heart, Nosouj is a sustainable luxury brand with a respect for nature and modern design. Bridging the gap between style and social responsibility. Just as the fibers are weaved to create the ancient dokuma fabric, the principles of environmental consciousness and luxury design come together to create Nosouj.
Bringing to life not only authentic designs, but also small communities by creating job opportunities for sustainable living and breathing new life into their ancient techniques with modern design. Preserving heritage with an exclusively handmade process is an integral part of the Nosouj message in the inherent belief that the future of fashion is a place where design and respect for Mother Earth meet.
“We believe that artisanship is at the root of luxury, people are looking for a brand and products that are truly differentiated. At Nosouj we put special emphasis on working with exceptional artisans that help us build a brand that provides dignity to people who need it most, with products that are able to stand on their own and are desirable on their own terms.”
By incorporating ancient traditions in untraditional ways, Nosouj creaties limited edition exquisite products. Their hope is that by doing so they are able to promote entrepreneurship, prosperity and dignity in places that need it most.