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A collection of mementos picked up on travels. An artist made the bracelet in Nigeria, and the rough knobby ceramic piece is a juju jar from Ghana: “It’s for good vibes!” Neal explains.

A collection of mementos picked up on travels. An artist made the bracelet in Nigeria, and the rough knobby ceramic piece is a juju jar from Ghana: “It’s for good vibes!

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Atelier de l’Armée released a limited serie of 5 bags made out of a Japanese indigo boro kimono. Literally translated as rags or scraps of cloth, the Japanese term boro is also used to describe clothes and household.

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