Life's Cycles Working Rwanda'rs

April 20, 2018

Feel Good Friday

2 years ago traveler Michael sparked a cycle. Michael spent 3 months in Rwanda digging into its culture and he brought back Rwandan fabric to share this culture with others too…

With an interest in Rwanda, another traveler, Josh, bought one of Michael’s Rwanda Totes to Carry a piece of this Country too.

Now 2 years later, life’s cycles work Rwanda’rs as Josh himself travels to Rwanda with the Rwanda Tote (by Michael Harnisch).

In hopes of continuing this cycle, Josh scoured Rwanda’s fabric markets in search of a new fabric to create the next line of Rwanda Totes…

 

And just like that, this cyclical celebration of Rwanda continues with the new Rwanda Tote (by Josh Wallis).

Here’s to life’s cycles working Rwanda’rs and to feeling good—because after all, it’s Friday!

-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders

PS.  Plus a few more travelers starting a cycle of their own...




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