Hand made from misprinted leather jeans labels collected in India, this bag in the popular Anarkali shape has a denim material lining with two pockets, one for a cell and one with a zipper closure.
The bag has 22-inch long straps of imitation leather, a double zipper closure, and measures 14 inches wide by 7 inches tall with a 3.5-inch base.
About The Artisan:
This artisan group is located in the impoverished city of New Delhi. They are making a huge impact by employing workers at fair wages and offering safe, clean working conditions.
They pay above the government issued minimum wage. Workers enjoy tea breaks each day and weekly prayer, as per tradition.
Beauer produces a wide array of products using new and upcycled materials. Their specialty is home and handbags.
Their workers are trained in macramé, handbag, and accessory crafts work. Examples of upcycled material that you might find in their products include firehose, tire, and leather label patches from jeans.
By purchasing a Beauer product, you will be helping some of India's poorest people, and its environment.