An Indian Haat Spot

February 03, 2017

Feel Good Friday

Markets and bazaars, or “haats” as they’re known locally, are trading venues for people all over India.  Whether in a tiny rural town or an urban megacity, these open air markets make your senses come to life as you take in the vibrant Indian culture.

Take the haat bazaar in Ahmedabad, India for example.

You’ll find a red-haat collection of jewelry…

alongside a haat spot for traditional fabric! 

So traveler Ektaa is putting you in the haat seat with her fabric find straight from the haat of Ahmedabad…

India Tote (by Ektaa Deora)

(India Tote by Ektaa Deora)

Plus a few more Traveler Edition Totes that are haat off the press!

Chile Tote (by Fernando Rubio)

(Chile Tote by Fernando Rubio)

Ghana Tote (by Rachel Mowers)

(Ghana Tote by Rachel Mowers)

Kenya Tote (by Erin Chambers)

(Kenya Tote by Erin Chambers)

Madagascar Tote (by Isabelle S.)

(Madagascar Tote by Isabelle S.)

Here’s to having the haats for India, and to feeling good—because after all, it’s Friday!

Jack & Alley, Co-Founders

(Find fabric on your next trip)




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