Certainly, €537 may seem a little expensive for what is ostensibly a cotton tote, but this beauty of a bag by Sophie Anderson is crocheted entirely by hand in limited edition batches by the women of the Wayuu community in Colombia. They are paid a fair wage for their work, which can take weeks to complete. Borlas or pompoms are characteristic of the collection, which incorporates many traditional motifs. See net-a-porter.com.
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