GlobeIn September Artisan Box Spoilers + $10 Off Coupon
The GlobeIn September Artisan Box theme is Threads! We’re super excited this month to see the first two spoilers for the September GlobeIn Artisan Box. We think you’re going to love them!
Each GlobeIn Thread Box will come with a clutch and tee:
GlobeIn September Box Spoiler 1
Foldover Clutch by Tribe Alive, India, (Retail Value $50.)
Materials: 100% handwoven cotton
Measurements: 11×11 in, 11×6.5 in (folded)
Suggested use: Go light! Stash your essentials and carry them fashionably off to your evening destination.
GlobeIn September Artisan Box Spoiler 2
Vicki Tee by Wildlife Works, Kenya, (Retail Value $25.)
Shirt Materials: 100% cotton.
Tee Size Options: GlobeIn customers can choose their t-shirt size beginning September 1st in their Artisan Box subscription settings.
Clothing Care Instructions: Wash cold and hang dry to save energy and prolong the life of the tee.
Suggested use: Wear with pride!
About the GlobeIn Artisans
Vicky, born inland in Nairobi, always dreamed of working for an export company and being in charge of sending goods all around the world. After years of factory work, Vicky’s passion for protecting wildlife led her to Wildlife Works, where lo and behold, she is part of a team responsible for shipping finished products to their final destinations abroad.
But Vicky’s road to her dream job was not an easy one. Lack of funding made staying in school difficult, and she was often sent home for not having money for fees, a uniform, or books. Although her beloved mother taught Vicky all the skills she had, it took her many years of odd jobs to save up enough for university. But she did it, and hasn’t stopped pursuing her goals.
Next up for Vicky is coursework in purchasing and supply management, and hopefully, one day, starting her own fashion line.
Established in 2002, by Jyoti Parnami in Jaipur, India, Seen Unseen began as a small team of embroiderers and tailors. Today, her workshop employs 15 full-time staff members and 20 artisans working to grace the world of textile with all that is India in color, design, and handiwork. Jyoti’s strength lies in identifying people’s skill sets and motivating them to turn their abilities into employment.
The “Pattern Master” behind your new piece’s bold geometry is Mohan Lal, the soul of creativity for Seen Unseen, and with the workshop since its inception. A result of Mohan’s and Jyoti’s shared vision, your new clutch adds an accent of Jaipur-inspired patterns and craftsmanship to any outfit.