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The Tola Collection

Traditional African Textiles

Aso-Oke

Pronounced 'Ah-shor-oh-kay' and meaning 'Top Cloth', these textiles are hand-loomed cloths woven by the Yoruba people in western Nigeria and worn for special occasions ... now including days you carry an Olori bag. The Aso-Oke textiles are used either on the exterior flap or interior pockets of the Tola Collection. 

SPONSORING GIRLS EDUCATION

ONE BAG = ONE MONTH

For every bag sold, we sponsor one month of education for an underprivileged girl. We believe in the sustainability of the impact of education on a girl child and dedicate resources to ensure that every girl has a chance at a better future. Learn More

CREATING ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES FOR GIRLS & WOMEN

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Crush Your Goals Like a Queen

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Come Away to Mauritius

Come Away to Mauritius Sitting in the Indian Ocean at about 2,000 kilometres off the southeast coast of Africa, Mauritius, officially known as The Republic of Mauritius, is made up of islands: Mauritius, Rodrigues, and the Outer Islands. The famous writer, Mark Twain, compared Mauritius to heaven – he said that heaven may have been modelled after Mauritius...

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