If you are looking for stylish Fusion designer bags, manbefair.com is the place to be. manbefair.com offers different types of bags made of textiles. The new is the use of traditional hand woven elements in combination with cotton, classic herringbone, plain twill tweed and eri silk.
manbefair and his partner work directly with the weavers. Assam in India, famous for the famous Assam tea, has a tradition of home weaving. Almost all women in the villages know how to weave. As a part-time job, weaving is an important source of income for families. We buy the stock directly or work with the weavers to create and develop different fabrics. In our workshops this results in very special and as yet unseen bags in elaborate manual work. The social aspect is also special, because with each purchase of one of these bags, you support women and local, village communities who work hard for themselves and their families. In short, the new manbefair textile bags are bags that not only make you happy, but also the world around you.
Tweed: The robust tweed is a wool fabric with a long tradition in England. It has the image of being worn by the English nobility in the Scottish Highlands, especially by college professors, and in the so-called good old days by the gentlemen at the sporting activities of the upper class such as polo or golf. Our modern interpretation combines simple twill and herringbone tweed with colourful hand weaving and floral linings into light and fashionable bags for everyday use. These bags are not only chic for a city stroll, but also great for a country outing.
Cotton: Colourful, robust cotton fabrics in combination with coloured cotton linings combine to create casual and, above all, light bags for everyday use. Chic and comfortable is the motto here.
Eri silk: Eri silk is often called the fabric of peace. Because the processing takes place without killing the silkworms. For those of you who live vegan or Buddhism and absolute protection of the animal, it is a good choice. And a bag made of Eri silk is absolutely natural, it is probably the bag with the smallest ecological footprint ever.
About the Designer:
Manjuri learned textile design early from her mother, a gifted designer. After working for many well-known names in the fashion industry, Manjuri began to develop her own designs and is now turning them into unique bags for manbefair. She loves her work and goes into it: "I just love doing the creative part. I try to use every piece of fabric. When I meet and talk to the weavers, I listen to their stories, which have become part of my daily routine," laughs the designer.