This clutch is stylish and sustainable! To create this clutch, artisans harvest eco-friendly Buriti palm fiber, hand-dye it, and then hand-weave it all together. The whole process takes about 7-10 days. Learn more about the process at Tree to Clutch.
Dsenyo (dee-SEN-yo, meaning "design") is a social enterprise and fair trade company that partners with artisan communities to empower women in Brazil, Malawi, and Zambia. Marissa Perry Saints founded the company in 2009 to celebrate local design and create job opportunities. Today, Dsenyo provides employment and trainings to more than 100 artisans, helping to build a global tribe of entrepreneurs, artisans, and individuals who care about sustainability and style. Dsenyo believes business can be a powerful source of economic and social change and strives to prove that every day.