Rays of Aloe
This unique print is inspired by the flowering succulent that thrives on the tropical island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean. A washed-out treatment with vivid striations of color gives this design an abstract and artistic touch.
Not your typical floral print, this digital design merges technology with nature. A megawatt background makes these pretty petals stand out in a whole new way.
A little slice of Mexican paradise, this vivid print perfectly captures the stunning sunsets down south and the rich woven sarapes found at the local bodegas.
This palm tree pattern was inspired by our travels across the coastal towns of Southeast Asia. The unique contrasting colors and simplistic, almost-geometric aesthetic reflect an eastern style of art called ink painting.
Osprey of the Sea
A textural feather print in (super-saturated) shades is inspired by the Osprey, a beautiful bird that we spotted off the coast of the Philippines.
This handwoven textile print is inspired by the native tribes of Mexico and the geometric symbols that they used to tell their stories. An ivory tassel and pom pom are attached to the zipper, which opens to a spacious lined interior. Ideal for: wine tastings, lunch with the ladies and any kind of fiesta!
Named after the Spanish word for “stripes” this anything-but-simple striped pouch is delicately woven. Inspired by our trips to Argentina where local vendors sell “aguayos” (aka blankets) with similar patterns. A black tassel is attached to the zipper, which opens to a spacious lined interior. Ideal for: date nights, dining al fresco and dancing the night away.
A bright multi-pattern print is modeled after the exquisite tiled staircases found at upscale ranches (or estancias) across Latin America. An ivory tassel is attached to the zipper, which opens to a spacious lined interior. Ideal for: weekends at the ranch, days at the museum and other cultural adventures.