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The handbags from the collection "Gamaguchi" are at the crossroads of tradition and modernity, on both because of their fabrics and shape.
Manufactured in Kyôto, they are made of thick cotton, dyed by hand with traditional prints.
Kumihimo is a traditional Japanese form of braid-making, where cords and ribbons are made by interlacing strands. They were used to lace samurai's lamellar armors. Today, kumihimo cords are used to make obijime and cords for tying haori jackets.
Shaped like a retro purse, this bag could only adopt a ball clasp. In short, it follows through this original idea of looking like a giant purse.
Hence, of course, the name of this collection "Gamaguchi" (が ま 口) meaning coins purse in Japanese.
You will also find inside two open pockets for better organization of the contents of your bag.