Messenger Bag
Messenger Bag
Messenger Bag
Messenger Bag
Messenger Bag
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Messenger Bag

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This messenger bag is crafted from a sturdy and durable canvas for the main exterior and strap with a gorgeous print designed by Chanda Conway.

The strap is adjustable so you can wear over one shoulder or as a cross body bag. 

The bag is closed with 2 magnetic snaps with loop through rings at the base of the flap. 

Under the flap there are 3 pockets. One is a zipper pocket, perfect for keeping keys or earphones in. The other 2 are pleated pockets are a great place for keeping you phone or wallet. 
On the back there is a slip pocket which is easily accessed and also discrete. 
Internally there are 2 slip pockets in the lining.

This bag is approximately 30cm tall, 25cm wide and 8 cm deep. Large enough to keep a 13" laptop inside

 

FABRIC STORY

Dreamtime:

Spiritual Women are an integral part of Aboriginal dreamtime stories. The ancestor spirit came down to the earth in human form and created most of the things that their future generations would need. They created the animals, rocks, waterholes, plants, rivers, mountains and other necessary essentials. During creation time, the spirit women were dancing, singing and entertaining the forefathers in the evening.

The ancestors created the relations between various groups of people, between individuals, their relations with lands, animals and how to preserve the relations. Ancestors taught them how to maintain close harmony with each other. The ancestors disappeared after their creations; they stayed in the sacred sites. For this reason, land is always close to the heart of Aboriginal people. The material value of the land is not what the Aboriginal people think is important. They look at the land as part of the Dreamtime, to be preserved for future generations to appreciate.

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