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Carmela Clutch

 Empowers Workers
 Women/Person of Color Owned
Discount code DONEGOOD
Discount amount 20% OFF YOUR FIRST ORDER
SKU 740_BR1713
Brand’s Story

Traditional techniques meet modern design with SLATE + SALT’s collection of one-of-a-kind pieces. Founded by Lyndsay, a travel junkie who fell in love with the people, cultures and craftsmanship she encountered exploring off the beaten path villages across Southeast Asia. She shares an ever-evolving selection of designs from her personal relationships with talented artisans in 14 countries and counting!

More Information

The Carmela Clutch is woven with bold brocades, soft stripes and textured jute. The perfect size and color scheme to wear with any outfit. This tribal fold over clutch features two compartments with lots of space and a snap closure.

  • Material: 100% Cotton + Leather trim inside pocket
  • Measurements: H 8" x W 9.5"
  • Handmade with love in Guatemala
  • As with all handcrafted goods, there are slight variations making each piece a work of art and truly one of a kind.

Artisan Profile

Mercado Global combines ancient Mayan loom weaving techniques with modern aesthetic and function, carrying a story of partnership between the women who weave their collections and the women who wear them. Exclusively hand-loomed and hand-stitched fabrics reflect the colors of the highland Guatemalan artisans’ home landscapes. They empower indigenous women to overcome poverty and become agents of change in their communities. The artisans represent one of the world’s most marginalized populations – rural indigenous women. They have suffered discrimination, violence, and extreme poverty.

Through an innovative dual approach that combines business partnerships with educational programs, traditional development efforts address the effects, not the causes, of cyclical poverty. Mercado Global is unique in its focus on change from the ground up. They provide education, tools, and access to international markets so that women can build their own businesses and invest in their own communities. By connecting them with large-scale sales opportunities, artisans can turn their skills into income. With this income, artisans provide nutritious food to their families and invest in their children's education and the community, breaking the cycle of poverty.


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