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[SOLD OUT] Kawung Fringe Bags


In case you didn’t know, this fringe bag is our very first signature bag. It was originally made as a birthday gift from Rinjani and me for our beloved Mum, back in June 2012. Please read the full story here. The bag was made of canvas with our self-designed navajo pattern screen printed on it. The fringe part was inspired by Rinjani’s ‘signature’ fringe :D. The fringe, and the straps are made of hi-quality genuine leathers, with The Babybirds logo embossed on it. The bag was very special and personal for us, that’s why we only made it in a very limited quantities, for friends only. We had to let so many people down, who wanted to buy the bag. A lot of friends persuaded us to reproduce the bag. But we’re apologized, we couldn’t.

A year later, June 2013, by popular demands we reproduce the Navajo Fringe Bag, but sell them quietly to our newsletter subscribers only. Why quietly? Well as we said, it’s personal. For personal reason, we want it to be owned and loved by our friends only. Not for public. Another bunch of friends persuaded us again to reproduce the bag. And another apologies should be made.

After two years, This June we decided to reproduce the Fringe Bag, but in totally different patterns and colorway. Using exactly the same material, size, and construction, this year we create this all new Fringe Bag, an elegant black and white Kawung pattern, combined with genuine black leather. This time, everyone can have it!

Please find the detailed specifications and photos below.

Material : Canvas + genuine leather

Top width : 45cm

Bottom width : 32cm

Height : 29cm


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The girls called him Popo. Popo spent several years working as a graphic/new media designer in several companies in several cities before he got bored and decided to move back to Bandung and started his own streetwear label with his friends. Now, when he’s not busy massaging Nyanya’s back or making play doh with Rinjani, Popo can be found at WADEZIG! HQ making cool apparel.

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