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The Aziza Rose

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The Aziza Rose

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This revival of Okhtein’s debut bag is handmade by skilled leather and brass artisans. Inspired by the Fatimid Dynasty mixing with Egypt's Nubian side, the Aziza, meaning "Dearest" in Arabic- best describes the streets and mosques of Old Cairo, built by the Fatimids and the graceful Nubian woman. Each bag has intricate details of Islamic artworks, representative of the Era. It also has the Nubian nose ring which has been part of their culture to represent a woman's strength. The bag is Plexi (plastic) mixed with brass metal Gold plated with calf skin border and custom-made hardware. It has outer and inner calfskin linings. It comes with a removable metal strap and could be worn as a cross body and clutch.
Keep stored in dry places and in dust bag.
To retain structure, please avoid placing it next to heavy objects.
Height:13cm, Width: 17cm, Depth: 5cm,
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Meet The Designer

Egyptian design duo siblings Aya and Mounaz Abdelraouf launched their brand Okhtein – meaning, appropriately, “sisters” in Arabic – because of their vision to bring true luxury back to their home country as well as drawing international attention to the inherent refinement of Egyptian artisanship,sensing a gap in the market for true luxury accessories produced in Egypt. Launched in 2013, Okhtein seeks to set new trends, promoting Egyptian artistry as well as presenting new designs to the world. As a brand, Okhtein is remarkable due to its hyperlocal manufacturing process. Each Okhtein product has a unique provenance with deep cultural associations. To manufacture their products, Aya and Mounaz felt compelled to take a philanthropic approach to their work, this led to a highly mutually rewarding collaboration with several local NGOs that work to provide assistance to skilled female workers who have faced considerable financial hardship.

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