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The Moja Drawstring Backpack - Black

R 950

We’ve combined the vibrant African wax print with a soft and textured leather to create a unique drawstring backpack we’ve named Moja (a word used in Tsotsitaal –  South African slang – meaning good or alright, i.e "it's all good").

The most widely recognised African textile actually has its origins in Java Island, Indonesia.

Dutch Wax Prints (also known as African wax prints, Ankara, or liputa) has become the world-wide symbol of African cultural identity, especially West Africa. It was originally influenced by Batik, an Indonesian (Javanese) method of dyeing cloth by using wax-resist techniques.


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