Endless Summer Collection

 

In our opinion, it never needs to stop being summer. That’s why we are so excited to launch our newest hand-made in Rwanda (and a few new Costa Rican) styles in The Endless Summer Collection.

Before we can even introduce to you what our collection looks like, let it be known that these pieces have been on quite a journey. Many of the baskets were hand-picked and brought to the US via boats, cars, and planes from the sweet cooperatives of Rwanda. They come in beautiful colors and styles, each being as unique as the story of the hands that made it.

We know that summer looks different for everyone, so we have broken down our collection into three distinct personas of the Minimalist, the Beach-Comber, and the Globe-Trotter.

 

The Minimalist persona is for the girl who loves her neutrals and finds beauty in simplicity. Our collection features baskets that are sage green and white, white with a touch of pink, black and white, and a gorgeous combination of black, white, and tan as featured in the Cookie Dough Basket.

The Beach-Comber persona is for the girl who believes that beach season should last all year long. These pieces feature bright pinks, purples, blues, and indigo for a bold look that is just the right amount of playful. Some of our favorites in this look include the Mermaid Tray and Starfish Basket.

The Globe-Trotter persona is for the girl who isn’t afraid to display some classic Rwandan styles or bold hues in her home. This look is a mix of statement pieces that will add a splash of international style to your space and yield a lot of room for creativity. An awesome piece in this look is the Francois basket named for one of our Nkombo artisans.

In addition to our new baskets and totes, you will find a few new color options in some of your favorite classic Costa Rican pieces such as our Sonia bracelets and Amora necklaces.

 

Our model wears the Amora necklace and Miriam bracelet.

Our model wears the Amora necklace and Miriam bracelet.

 

Our pieces reflect a mix of contemporary and traditional styles that are sure to be a conversation starter and a sweet reminder of their back-story in your home. No matter which of these styles catches your attention, your purchase will be changing the life of a group of women across the world.

Rwandan artisan poses with her family and beautiful basket she has woven.

Rwandan artisan poses with her family and beautiful basket she has woven.