Celebrating the mother land with style doesn't always have to be about Kente cloth and dashikis. Indego Africa is giving us another option. The non-profit organization  empowers Rawandan women to create bold, vibrant, traditional accessories and sells it for them here in the states. One of our favorites? These bold bangles, co-designed by Nicole Miller and Indego Africa's craftswomen in Rawanda. The stacked bracelets are wrapped in vibrant, boldly printed textiles and offer the perfect compliment to any outfit. Find this and other Nicole Miller for Indego Africa accessories for just $25 online.

Jan, 07, 2011



Celebrating the mother land with style doesn't always have to be about Kente cloth and dashikis. Indego Africa is giving us another option. The non-profit organization  empowers Rawandan women to create bold, vibrant, traditional accessories and sells it for them here in the states. One of our favorites? These bold bangles, co-designed by Nicole Miller and Indego Africa's craftswomen in Rawanda. The stacked bracelets are wrapped in vibrant, boldly printed textiles and offer the perfect compliment to any outfit. Find this and other Nicole Miller for Indego Africa accessories for just $25 online.