Kimberly Hartman is the designer behind JADEtribe. A Texas girl at heart, Kimberly worked in Dallas, Los Angeles and Paris before moving to New York to manage some of the top contemporary fashion brands throughout her career. In 2009 Kimberly changed her path and broke out on her own, creating the ethically minded, bohemian line JADEtribe. From embroidered clutches to hand woven Kilim purses, JADEtribe designs are made in places as far flung as Morocco and Laos.
This handwoven weekender bag is created from organic cotton and natural brown and black dyes by a village of women in Laos. All raw materials to create the natural dyes are grown in their village. Each textile takes three days for the women to weave.
100% cotton with ultra suede lining and leather detailing.
Approximately L18 x H14 x W9 inches