Block Print Bucket Bag - Black

Fair Trade
 
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This thick cotton canvas cross body bucket bag beautifully showcases traditional, block printing techniques. The blocks are skilfully hand crafted and the fabric hand printed by fair trade certified block print artisans.

Key features include:-

Hand printed in contemporary black stripe and zig zag design
Natural cotton cross body strap
Cotton drawstring closure with feature pull tab detail
Flat bottom with piped trim
Matching cotton fabric lining
Interior zip pocket with real suede trim

Designed in York and hand made through a fair trade project in West Bengal, India by a women-led producer group of skilled seamstresses.

Hand wash in cool water.

Approximately 29cm wide when fully open and laid flat. Bottom of bag measures approximately 19cm diameter. Strap measures approximately 113cm.

FAIR TRADE

Lazy Luna work closely with artisans to ensure a fair and ethical process from start to finish. All Lazy Luna products are produced by a fair trade, not-for-profit organisation in West Bengal, India. They visit their partners regularly to maintain a positive relationship throughout the whole process.

The fabric used to make this product is block printed by the Madhubani Printing Unit in West Bengal, India, following the 10 Principles of Fair Trade as laid out by the WFTO. These principles specify the way in which Fair Trade Enterprises are set up and behave to ensure they put people and the planet first.

 

Lazy Luna Fair Trade Group

Founder Sara Collins started Lazy Luna on October 2018. She had been working with fair trade artisans around the world for 6 years during her time at Shared Earth in York, and having this experience, plus a passion for textiles, design, and travel, Sara always knew that she would to start her own business, creating ethical and fair products that have a design focus and positive impact.

Sarah took the leap (and her life savings!) and went to India to start working with a wonderful fair trade organisation in Kolkata. Following on from that trip she launched in October 2018 with two collections.

Today the brand is still growing strong, and offering new collections of timeless accessories without sacrificing on the quality of fabrics and finish. High-quality slow fashion and ethical products are the future and Lazy Luna is excited to be part of creating that culture.