We just love Kuba cloth from the DRC!

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We just love Kuba cloth from the DRC!

With 99.9% collection we teamed up with Sahel Design in Burkina Faso. Sahel design has an incredible African story and also shares the same ethos as Adele Dejak. Sahel Design makes stunning leather tassels and we teamed up wit them for our latest Kuba cloth and hide bags. We just love Kuba cloth from the DRC!

Kuba cloth from the DRC is used in all our collections and we just love it! The unique geometric designs that are unique to each peiec of hand made juba cloth make it a shoppers must have piece. it is a beautiful piece of African culture that is adored by all African and lovers of traditional African textiles and fabrics.

The bag below, Zahina, is unisex and is perfect for the office or as a weekend bag. Or, if you are like me and can leave home with glasses, makeup, iPad, notebook etc, this is for you. This bags just about can take anything. Its also the perfect bag to take with the essential items needed for a working weekend trip or a simple getaway.

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Meet Zehania, our weekend bag or work bag. Available also in African wax fabric. This bag can also accommodate all the essential items needed for work or pleasure.

Jazmiya Jazmiya side

We welcome Jazmiya, the version here is made with Kuba cloth and Sahel Design tassels. At only $630, it’s a must-have for any gift.

All the bags are hand made by Kenyan artisans at our Nairobi workshop. we feel with these bags we are rebranding African and are part of the African renaissance.

All bags are available online: www.adeledejak.com

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