Bags, Totes, & Clutches
From woven Pandanus (Lauhala) from Fiji and Tahiti to Rattan bags from Indonesia. Each Island and it's artists carry their culture and traditions with them. Our wide selection of bags showcase the intricacies of each country. Bags are handcrafted by artisans, so no two are alike. Designs are unique and make each piece special.
Made in Fiji
Each Fiji bag is woven with pandanus, or voi voi in the Fijian language, leaves. They are a beautiful light brown color, making these rare bags perfect for a day at the beach or a night on the town.
Made in Fiji - Rise Beyond the Reef
Rise Beyond the Reef is a non-profit organization empowering women and girls by providing and developing leadership and craftsmanship skills in order to benefit their wellbeing and to support their growth in their community. Every purchase of a Rise Beyond the Reef allows these women to be paid for their craft, creating hope and equity for them.
Made in Indonesia
Ate Vine Bags - Ate (pronounced ah-tay) vine bags are purses made of vine fibers. Ate Vine Bags have been treated with smoke, which brings out the oils of the fibers to give the bags a glossy finish, as well as to repel insects. Comes in a variety of shapes and sizes.
Lauhala Shopping Tote - Tightly woven pandanus leaves create these beautiful lauhala bags. Choose between woven Lauhala handles or sturdy leather handles sewn onto the bag. Handles are long enough to comfortably hang over your shoulder, or to grasp in your hand at your side. There are three sizes; small, medium, and large.
Hawaii Printed Bags
Made in Marshall Islands
Marshallese handicrafts are renowned in international craft circles for their intricacy, uniqueness, and style. Bags are woven with dark and light pandanus leaves using a variety of survace weaving techniques or made from young coconut leaves to make the signature Kili bags, made popular by Jackie Onassis Kennedy.
Made in Solomon Islands
Tightly hand-woven pandanus leaves from the Solomon Islands create these cream colored, exclusive shoulder bags. Varying traditional designs decorate each unique shoulder bag. Each weaver out of the Solomon Islands uses natural or artificial dyes to create many designs and colors to decorate these shoulder bags.
To take a look at our full line, pricing, or to place an order, please contact Robyn at (808) 949-7371 or email email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!