With its eye-catching pattern made of colourful rectangles and punchy colour palette - seen here in vibrant yellow and bright cobalt with rich brown and black - Colville's new midi Triangle Cylinder Bag is a portable piece of art with an important craft story. The tactile fabric is woven by the Wayuu tribeswomen of Northern Columbia, where crocheting can be traced back to the artisanal traditions of Spanish missionaries who came to America during the colonial period. This special weaving method carries a wealth of meaning and evinces a sense of heritage, spirituality and community. It also plays a vital role in supporting the local economy by providing a sustainable income for families. The bag is assembled in Italy, where its malleable structure is embellished with a smooth black leather trim, an adjustable top handle and a detachable cross-body strap in brown leather.