Ngeza Raffia Bag

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Introducing NGEZA - a stylish and graphic tote that combines fashion with functionality. With ample room for your essentials, it's the ultimate companion for your daily adventures.

Crafted with a flexible crochet stitch and featuring a deep bottom, NGEZA is designed to be ultra travel-friendly, accommodating all your belongings with ease. Additionally, its versatility shines through as it can be effortlessly folded in two to create a stunning oversized clutch effect, perfect for making a fashion statement.

Experience the perfect blend of style, practicality, and versatility with NGEZA. Elevate your fashion game and embrace the functionality you need for any occasion.

- Travel friendly - Foldable
- Vegan
- The brown tones come from a natural dying process with tea

Dimensions - H50cm x L43cm x W12cm.

Craft technique- Crochet | 4 days.

Fabric- 100% Sustainable Raffia.

TANORA collections are all designed in Sydney then handcrafted from scratch in our family workshop in Madagascar.

About Tanora-

TANORA, meaning ‘Youth’ in Madagascan, is an Australian brand of refined, beach-inspired eco-friendly raffia accessories and homewares.

The label’s vision emerged during a road trip down Victoria’s Great Ocean Road in 2014 where Manon and Will reimagined the handicrafts of their mother country and family raffia workshops in products suited to the beach-loving Australian lifestyle.

TANORA is now an internationally recognised collection of bags and accessories, the range extending to homewares in 2019, and keeping Madagascar’s raffia and handicraft industries thriving.

TANORA is the celebration of Madagascan ancestral artistry with an Australian modern aesthetic and sustainable conscience. 


Today, Madagascar is one of the poorest countries in the world. TANORA commits to an on-going effort to make sure that employees in our workshop in Madagascar are well-respected, fairly paid and over the age of 18. We actively encourage fairtrade work conditions in an effort to help the people of Madagascar find their own financial independence.


The weaving and crocheting of raffia is part of the traditional Madagascan handicraft culture. These ancestral techniques utilising traditional looms have become increasingly rare in the face of globalisation, as it has become cheaper to outsource and mass-produce products through modern machinery. An integral part of our mission is to maintain the human side and artistry of a craft native to Madagascar.


Raffia is one of the most sustainable materials in the fashion industry. The cultivation of raffia involves only the careful hand-pruning (rather than cutting) of the raffia palm, that way our footprint on the environment remains as minimal as possible. Whatever goes into our products is obtained responsibly and with a conscience. Our raffia is pruned at a minimum of 1.2 metres, ensuring that harvesting is non-disruptive and that the health of the palm is preserved.


TANORA is much more than buying and reselling in Australia. Our collection is designed in Woollahra, Sydney, then handcrafted from scratch in our family workshop in Madagascar. We commit to a direct effort in keeping all aspects of production in Madagascar, not only out of fairness but with respect to customs and laws.


Since 2020 for each item sold, 10 trees will be planted! Read more about our wonderful planting partner. https://edenprojects.org/