4 NIGERIAN BAG BRANDS YOU SHOULD KNOW

TIMABEE

From highly textured leather to luxe hardware, every design component is twined with high attention to detail through excellent craftsmanship while maintaining a signature aesthetic.

I’m not sure if this signature aesthetic is noticeable (i.e. cohesive) to be honest, but I’ve got to say I appreciate the variation. Her bags (especially the blue bags below) are truly stunning pieces – definitely a must-have!

Check them out on instagram @timabeeofficial

MUJI LAGOS

Muji bags are handmade in Nigeria from locally sourced leather.  I think, at least for now, this is the only silhouette sold by the brand – but isn’t it so amazing? That burgundy bag with the cowrie detail – *drool emoji*

Check them out on instagram @mujilagos

To order:

☎ +2349099090444

Email: contact.mujilagos@gmail.com

FEMI HANDBAGS

“Fun. Colourful. Eclectic.”

‘Where the bold and adventurous meet sophisticated elegance’

According to their website, these are the trademarks of FemiHandbags. Their bags should actually be put next to the definition of ‘colour blocking’ – if there is one – in the dictionary. I am obsessed with these tote bags though, perfect for any job with a soul sucking colour palette.

Check out their instagram @femihandbags

ZASHADU

Zashadu is a British/Nigerian sustainable luxury brand, that specialises in hand-crafted leather pieces. All of their pieces are created at their workspace in Lagos, Nigeria. According to their website, the brand loves to explore the tension between ‘quiet elegance and unabashed glamour’. Check them out on instagram! If you like what you see and you’re abroad, fret not –  they also ship worldwide!

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