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New Tangier

Black Karima Weekender


  • Insider Notes

    • The larger edition to New Tangier's staple Karima Tote, this black weekender bag is crafted from an artisanal hand-woven textile, made by one of the oldest weaving ateliers in the Moroccan city of Fez; its print was designed to resemble tradtional Moroccan embroidery. The silk trimmings are all handmade in Tangier, while the gold-plated hardware accents are sourced from Italy. Style with a neutral-tone separates for a chic travel look.

      - Gold-plated brass buckle fastening
      - Cotton exterior, silk trimmings, brass hardware
      - Sustainably and ethically made, employing local craft and preserving traditional techniques
      - Each piece is made to order by artisans and can take up to 14 days to complete
      - Made in Morocco, shipping from Morocco


    • Length: 47cm
    • Height: 41cm
    • Width: 17cm
  • Shipping & Returns

    • Shipping timelines are subject to the unique nature and craftsmanship of the piece, often in harmony with designers' local artisans. We have partnered with DHL Express to ensure hassle-free global delivery covering 220 countries worldwide, within 3-5 business days of the ship date.

      Industrie Africa accepts returns on regular-priced items that are initiated within 7 days of receipt. For more information, please check where your products are shipping from, and please visit Shipping & Delivery. Unfortunately, exchanges are not possible at this time.


Named after the Moroccan city of Tangier, the label was born in 2014 by designer Kenza Bennani out of a desire to create an accessories line that paid tribute to the city’s diversity and rich history, one that bridges both Arabic and European cultures. These influences can be witnessed in the colorful, painstakingly crafted handbags created by Moroccan artisans using North African textiles and techniques. Since launch, the brand's pieces have garnered a small cult following of editors and artists.

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