Kayu

Zara Hand Embroidered Natural Raffia Clutch

$250 25% Off: Code SPREE25

Incorporate Kayu's coveted hand-woven aesthetic into your accessories rotation with the Zara clutch. Its abstract motif is delicately embroidered on natural straw, creating a compelling directional print that’s enhanced by a natural stone clasp. Pair this style with white pants and a tunic for a chic and charming daytime look.

FEATURES

  • Zara Hand Embroidered Natural Raffia Clutch
  • Hand-embroidered raffia straw
  • Stone clasps
  • Fully lined with interior pocket
  • Optional chain shoulder strap
  • Imported

Shown here with: Oscar de la Renta Earrings

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition exterior: raffia straw, stone

Product Size Measurements

  • Height: 4.5”
  • Width: 7.75"
  • Depth: 2”

Kayu is a California based label founded by Jamie Lim. Jamie grew up in South East Asia surrounded by artisanal crafts. However, over the years she noticed that these traditional arts were slowly disappearing. Kayu was born out of a desire to preserve and cultivate these traditional techniques and also provide jobs to those that need it the most.

Incorporate Kayu's coveted hand-woven aesthetic into your accessories rotation with the Zara clutch. Its abstract motif is delicately embroidered on natural straw, creating a compelling directional print that’s enhanced by a natural stone clasp. Pair this style with white pants and a tunic for a chic and charming daytime look.

FEATURES

  • Zara Hand Embroidered Natural Raffia Clutch
  • Hand-embroidered raffia straw
  • Stone clasps
  • Fully lined with interior pocket
  • Optional chain shoulder strap
  • Imported

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition exterior: raffia straw, stone

Product Measurements

  • Height: 4.5”
  • Width: 7.75"
  • Depth: 2”

Kayu is a California based label founded by Jamie Lim. Jamie grew up in South East Asia surrounded by artisanal crafts. However, over the years she noticed that these traditional arts were slowly disappearing. Kayu was born out of a desire to preserve and cultivate these traditional techniques and also provide jobs to those that need it the most.