White Bio Tote

By Topanga

$115.00

Tote type bag in high-quality upholstery fabric with large capacity (you can even fit your laptop!), shoulder straps, 3 pockets in a fully lined interior with a magnetic snap.

Two Print Options: Monkey and Toucan

** This bag is hand-crafted so there can be slight variations to the position of the pattern. Prints can vary from bag to bag, making each bag 'unique' **

Inspired by the Panamanian Biodiversity

Material

High-quality upholstery fabric.

Dimensions

Width: 34.5 cms (13.5")
• Height: 28 cms (11")
• Depth: 9.5 cms (3.7")
• Handles: 44 x 3 cms (17.3x1.2")
• Handle drop: 18 cms (7")

Pattern

About the Designer

Eva Nieto is the Founder and Creative Director of Topänga Atelier.

Designer, Architect, Artisan, Traveler, Scuba Dive Instructor... after leaving Spain in 2001 Eva lived, worked, and traveled in Holland, Ireland, the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas, the United Arab Emirates, and the Cayman Islands. In 2019, Eva arrived in Panama, where she founded Topänga Atelier, with a mission to create accessories inspired by nature, art, the ocean, her travels, and the different cultures she has encountered along the way. Eva is committed to craftmanship and slow fashion, following the path towards a more sustainable future.

All products are handmade in Panama.

Topanga

Limited edition pieces, artisan crafting and the creative, multicultural background of the Topanga Atelier family guarantee original creations that add a sense of uniqueness to any look.

There are those who undertake a journey towards their place in the world. I am fortunate and many places have inspired my world: the tropical forests, the oceans, the textures of the sand in beaches and deserts, the exuberant rainforest where the acropolis surfaces in Tikal, the turquoise blue of the ocean when diving with sharks in the Bahamas, 'De Stijl' footprints in the architecture of the Dutch cities or the Celtic music in the Irish pubs of Dublin, and the list goes one. My experiences inspire my creations.

Topänga means ”where the mountains meet the sea”, in the Native American Indian language.