Kayu

Noreen Blue Embroidered Raffia Clutch

$245 $50 OFF EVERY $200: CODE MORE2020

Hand-embroidered with a playful palm motif by women cooperatives using indigenous techniques, the Noreen clutch by Kayu is sure to make a statement. This piece features wooden ball clasps for an artisanal update to their iconic structured, woven clutch style, along with a optional shoulder chain strap for added versatility. Wear yours to compliment any look.

FEATURES

  • Noreen Blue Embroidered Raffia Clutch
  • Hand-embroidered raffia straw
  • Wooden ball clasps
  • Fully lined with interior pocket
  • Optional chain shoulder strap
  • Imported

Shown here with: Kinross Jacket, Cambio Pants, Kinross Sweater, FALLON Earrings

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition exterior: raffia straw, wood

Product Size Measurements

  • Width: 7.75"
  • Height: 4.5"
  • Depth: 2"
  • Weight: 11.6 oz

Kayu is a California based label founded by Jamie Lim. Jamie grew up in South East Asia surrounded by artisanal crafts. However, over the years she noticed that these traditional arts were slowly disappearing. Kayu was born out of a desire to preserve and cultivate these traditional techniques and also provide jobs to those that need it the most.

Hand-embroidered with a playful palm motif by women cooperatives using indigenous techniques, the Noreen clutch by Kayu is sure to make a statement. This piece features wooden ball clasps for an artisanal update to their iconic structured, woven clutch style, along with a optional shoulder chain strap for added versatility. Wear yours to compliment any look.

FEATURES

  • Noreen Blue Embroidered Raffia Clutch
  • Hand-embroidered raffia straw
  • Wooden ball clasps
  • Fully lined with interior pocket
  • Optional chain shoulder strap
  • Imported

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition exterior: raffia straw, wood

Product Measurements

  • Width: 7.75"
  • Height: 4.5"
  • Depth: 2"
  • Weight: 11.6 oz

Kayu is a California based label founded by Jamie Lim. Jamie grew up in South East Asia surrounded by artisanal crafts. However, over the years she noticed that these traditional arts were slowly disappearing. Kayu was born out of a desire to preserve and cultivate these traditional techniques and also provide jobs to those that need it the most.