Kidu is a Kikuyu term meaning "something". This stylish everyday tote is a pioneer of the sustainable collection we started in Àzana. Kiondo is a traditional name meaning "basket bag" that is famous in Kenya, East Africa and other parts of the continent. It is worn by people from all walks of life.
This hand-woven bag is made from sisal with a sophisticated touch of macrame. Macrame is done by a brilliant local artist JoyceGrace who has a team of 4 ladies, and it takes a day to handcraft a bag. The Kidu Kiondo is 100% vegan friendly and handmade.
The Kidu Kiondo has been elegantly designed and crafted using sisal, cotton thread and Baule, giving the bag a unique style. Baule fabric is originally hand stitched, died, and woven by Western Africans, mainly Ivory Coast artisans.
Product Care instructions
There is a drawstring bag provided in the packaging. Do not wash this bag, only clean it with a lightly damp microfiber cloth. If the bag gets a stain, spot clean. This bag should not get into contact with water. When not in use, store this bag in a cool and dry place.
Shipping & Taxes
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We ensure that all our bags go through a rigorous quality check process
From the design phase to sourcing, product testing through sampling, creating the products in our atelier with our dedicated team, the entire process maintains high standards of quality