Traditionally a quilting technique, patchwork involves putting small bits of material together to make a larger piece and it is all the rage where ankara is concerned. Especially in African countries such as Ghana, the home of Sa4a.
|Cute animations from Sa4a|
|"Crafted by hand, fired by imagination"|
Sa4a use the patchwork technique in a unique way, taking the print-on-print trend and putting it all in one place as a covering. Their range consists of shoes and sandals but we especially LOVE their bags.
Their clutches are adorable.
Their satchels and weekend bags are vintage with an afro twist.
|Ekem sling bag|
|Sa4a Ama K weekend bags|
Their totes are like mini bags of sunshine.
The Sa4a Envelope Clutch reminds us of Tory Burch Robinson's...
...their chain bag of Chanel's vintage own....
...their Ama K bag would be the African print version of Mulberry's Piccadilly leather weekend bag...
and their satchel the African love child of Ted Baker's!
See what we mean?!
With bag prices from 80 GHC (about $41/£26) you can get the designer look for less...Ankara style!
So, if you've got some left over fabric, why not patch it up?!
For your own designer inspired Sa4a piece contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
Bespoke and stock designs available.