Collective Closets & Market Lane Coffee Limited Edition Bag
- Materials: Shúkà fabric sourced from Kenya
- Dimensions: 580 W x 400 L, with a 280 strap depth and 300 pocket width (mm)
- Weight 470g
- Designed and made in Australia by Collective Closets
We strive to dispatch all orders within one working day of your order.
Standard post is FREE for orders over $60 (or $7.95 for orders under $60) Australia-wide.
Express Post is $9.95 Australia-wide.
In addition we offer free Click and Collect from our Weston St Roastery in Brunswick East, Monday - Friday between 8am till 3pm. Orders are usually ready within 24 hours.
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This limited edition bag is a versatile and roomy carry-all that can be used for any occasion and at any location – the beach, the park, the market or on holiday. It features a generous outside pocket, and an internal drawstring to hold the bag’s form and keep all your things together. This colourful bag is durable and machine washable – and it will brighten any outfit or day!
We are currently sold out of this bag, but they may still be available for purchase via Collective Closets.
A Special Collaboration
The connection between fashion label Collective Closets and Market Lane Coffee was formed in 2019, when both small businesses had shops on Victoria St at the Queen Vic Market. Over many cups of coffee, we discovered that we have a shared set of values and, in particular, a love and appreciation for East African coffee, culture and creative craftmanship.
This beautiful bag is the result of that shared passion. It was designed and made in Australia by Collective Closets with shúkà fabric sourced from Kenya. This bold and colourful fabric is worn by the Maasai, a semi-nomadic warrior tribe that herds cattle across southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. The Maasai are known for their strength, courage and community, and their distinctive and vibrant dress.
With this collaboration, Market Lane and Collective Closets are excited to celebrate and share some of this unique colour and beauty in our hometown of Melbourne/Naarm.
If you’d like to learn more about Collective Closets, read our interview with co-founder Laurinda Ndenzako on our Journal.