BEULAH X NANNACAY limited edition bag launches for International Women’s Day
Updated: Feb 27
For SS20 BEULAH X NANNACAY have collaborated to launch a limited edition bag for International Women’s Day on 8th March.
International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and this years theme is #EachforEqual. An equal world is an enabled world.
The exclusive BEULAH X NANNACAY ‘Flora’ wicker bag features a large tassle representing Beulah’s signature colours, a braided handle in natural silk and has been hand-woven by a single craftsman, making it unique, as one model is never the same as the other.
The 'Flora’ wicker bag is handmade in Brazil. Through the synergy of like-minded values the BEULAH X NANNACAY bag directly helps support the preservation of traditional Brazilian handwoven crafts in these communities. With each purchase, 10% of all profits are donated to Beulah's Impact Partners that support vulnerable and trafficked women in Bangladesh, Nepal & India via the Beulah Trust. These funds are invested in further training and development for these women, enabling the brand to sustain and grow employment opportunities for greater numbers of women. Creating a sustainable, commercial, and creative vehicle that proves luxury fashion can be used as a force for good.
The BEULAH X NANNACAY 'Flora' limited edition wicker bag is £235 and will be available on March 8th for International Women’s Day on:
Beulah London is one of the first social impact fashion brands to launch in the UK. It was founded by friends Natasha Rufus Isaacs and Lavinia Brennan in 2009 after the two volunteered in an aftercare home for sex-trafficked women in the slums of Delhi and witnessed the power of employment to transform lives. They resolved to create their own brand to help vulnerable and abused women and went on to set up the Beulah Trust to put their humanitarian mission into action. Empowerment is now central to everything they do.
Nannacay, from the Aymara word for sisterhood, was founded by Marcia Kemp and her slogan for the brand is ‘creative hands transforming lives’. Much more than a brand, it is a new social, fashion project. It’s mission is to help people develop creative potential by serving a bridge between people who need help and people who want to help.
Nannacay provides opportunities for a collective of 305 families of artisans in Peru, Ecuador and Brazil by implementing training and workshops on skills development as well as finance management. Positively impacting 1000 lives and allowing all children belonging to Nannacay family are studying and at school.
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