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by Emma Elwin on 13 October, 2014

Bag, Okapi. The other week I got a tip about this South African luxury bag brand that are building bags to last a lifetime.  They are designed to grow with their owner in meaning and character over time. Every element of an Okapi bag is entirely traceable, sustainable and ethically sourced.

okapi-bag

Bag, Okapi.

The other week I got a tip about this South African luxury bag brand that are building bags to last a lifetime.  They are designed to grow with their owner in meaning and character over time. Every element of an Okapi bag is entirely traceable, sustainable and ethically sourced.


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