What Makes Olori Bags So Special?
Elevate your wardrobe with superior craftsmanship. Olori handbags are made with premium leather combined with luxurious aso-oke, a traditional African textile handwoven in batches by local African artisans using techniques that have been passed on for generations.
What better way for you to enjoy the beauty of African fashion in your everyday life? Celebrate and appreciate the rich history and heritage of African culture in every Olori handbag.
Look good, feel good, and do good: with every purchase, you are joining hands with women all over the world to support the economic empowerment of local, women-owned businesses in Africa and the education of girls in under-served African communities.
The Adunni Mini is who she says she is!
I love my Adunn Mini so much! It’s definitely my favourite Olori bag. I’ve been so excited to carry it everywhere and people keep asking about it . The leather quality is superb and the aso oke is beautiful. I really am proud that it is mine. Thank you for all the freebies it came with too .
A boss bag
This bag means business. I had my eye on it for awhile, so I decided to buy it recently when I was in market for a new laptop tote. I had received a Telfar tote as a gift, but I’m not into doing what everyone else is, so I picked up the Adunni instead. It is large- can fit much more than my laptop. It’s very high quality, a little on the heavy side, but the print pops and really makes a statement. If you’re looking for a statement work bag, and have had this one on your mind, just buy it already.
BOLD. FUN. CLASSY.
"I was inspired to start Olori by the beautiful cultures of my people. Growing up in Nigeria, I was always surrounded by traditional prints and textiles symbolic of deep roots and stories so dear to my people. I have always admired the art and craftsmanship behind them. By incorporating traditional African fabrics into contemporary designs, my mission is to invite people to experience the beauty of African cultures, giving them a place at the world stage and making them accessible to women all over the world."
- Tomide Awe (Founder, Olori)