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High tech meets handmade with our assortment of beautifully crafted organizing tools from Ghana and India. House your electronics in upcycled laptop and cord cases made from colorful kitenge cotton fabrics and ethically sourced leather. Take a social media break and rest your smartphone on a rustic, reclaimed wood dock with room for charging cables. Then sort your trusty analog goods in a sleek copper paper rack.  

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Included in This Box:

    *Contains product made from leather, not vegan-friendly.

    *Due to the artisanal nature of this product, color and size may vary.

    THE STORY BEHIND THE PRODUCT

    Artisan Organization: Trashy Bags

    Country: Ghana

    Anastasia Lavie has no memories of playing as a child, but she does recall seeing other children at play and wondering how they had the time. Most of her own time was spent selling food on the street for her family, who were too poor to put her in school.

    But Anastasia never let go of her fervent desire for an education. At 18, she finally gained some training in sewing and textiles. Instantly, her future became charged with a glimmer of possibility and she resolved to give her own children the chances she lacked.

    And the happy memories. “Children need good memories,” she says. On behalf of her children, Anastasia commutes several hours a day to work, and looks after them while at home. Having worked for Trashy Bags since 2007, Anastasia is one of their most skilled, and positive, employees.