No school, no skating! Support the Kovalam Skateclub in India and buy one of these cool, fairtrade and sustainable t-shirts with a print. The t-shirts were designed together with O'neill.
These beautiful leather bracelets were handmade by the wonderful ladies of Puriy. A fun item that will complete your outfit.
This keychain is available in three colours: purple, blue, yellow and red. It can also be used to decorate your purse.
Beautiful baby hat in pure cotton.
These adorable little baby shoes are handmade by the mothers of Villa El Salvador from Peru. We have them in many colours and sizes.
Beautiful keychain of three leather leaves, handmade in Peru. It can also be used to decorate your purse.
This beautiful and colorfoul clutch with Inca print can be taken with you on any occasion. You can use it as a finishing touch to your gorgeous outfit or as a small purse in your handbag. The clutches are made out of small pieces of Manta, which are typical embroidered fabrics from Peru that the local women wear to carry their children on their back.
Shea butter is naturally very rich in vitamins and other skin caring ingredients, and is therefore ideally suited fo dry or very dry skin. Sesame oil and jojoba-oil enrich and soften the pure shea butter. The shea butter with jojoba oil is also sold as Karibébé, especially for sensitive or irritated baby skin.
Shea butter is naturally very rich in vitamins and other skin caring ingredients, and is therefore ideally suited for dry lips and can be used as lip balm. There are four flavours available: eucalyptus, lavender, rosemary and lemon.
No school, no surfing! Support the Kovalam Surfclub in India and buy one of these cool, fairtrade and sustainable hoodies with a print! They were designed together with O'neill and are a great item to have in your closet!
These extremely soft hand crocheted baby shoes in alpaca wool will make sure your baby's tiny little feet stay warm! They are about 8.5 cm long and available in anthracite grey and purple.
This book contains 48 poems with 48 photos, written by Belgian poet Willie Verhegghe. The poems pay a lot of attention to the women and children of Ayacucho. It also has a spanish and french translation.