Named after the ancient African goddess, the scarlet red Lamia Bag stands out with its understated refinement and structural simplicity. It’s been handmade from Okapi’s bespoke blesbok leather—obtained as a byproduct of South Africa’s free-range farming industry—showcasing the label’s philosophy of environmental sustainability. Notice the 18 karat gold-plated hardware and the signature springbok horn detailing that can be easily removed to create a more streamlined look. An enduring day-to-night essential, style it with monochrome ensembles and vividly printed dresses alike.
- Adjustable strap, magnetic closure, inner zipped pocket
- Blesbok leather, 18k gold plated handmade hardware, springbok horn
- Created using ethically and sustainably sourced materials
- Made in South Africa, ships from South Africa
SIZE, FIT & OPACITY
- Height: 29cm
- Width: 28cm
- Depth: 11cm
- Handle drop: 45cm
Shipping & Returns
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South African entrepreneur, sustainability advocate, and designer Hanneli Rupert noticed a plethora of African-inspired goods while living in London, but realized few were actually produced on the continent. In 2008 she launched Okapi, her handbag and accessories label in Cape Town, showcasing South Africa’s expert artisanry and natural materials. The brand has since been recognised for pioneering the use of African game skins including Bleskbok leather, which is ethically sourced as a sustainable byproduct of the country’s pre-existing farming industry.