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    Mini Sanibel Bucket Bag

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    Color: Natural
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    $139.00 Final Sale
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    Color: Natural
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    About the Designer

    Mar Y Sol works with artisans in Madagascar and Kenya to create vivid, original handbags from renewable materials, enabling families to gain economic independence and education, and promoting environmental conservation. Founder Laurel Brandstetter saw a chance to reduce poverty through the socially and environmentally responsible sale of handmade products, and New York-based designer Jamila Hubbard collaborates with artisans to create pieces with an innovative blend of traditional and contemporary design.
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