It is no longer news that a cute bag can completely transform your look. Buying a timeless handbag is an exciting moment in any fashion enthusiast’s life. It’s also, undisputedly, a vital investment. If you’re considering investing in a bag or two, what better way to make a statement than by supporting made-in-Africa brands that can stand the test of time?

There are so many talented and incredible Ghanaian designers, some you might have heard of and others that deserve your attention. Be sure to bookmark this page and refer to it going forward, whether you’re buying a gift or just looking to treat yourself. So without any further ado, check them out and let us know which ones are your favourites!


Fashion entrepreneur Akosua Afriyie-Kumi founded AAKS to introduce the world to traditional Ghanaian weaving techniques. While also creating and igniting sustainable jobs within Africa. Handcrafted in Ghana, the bag brand is known for its vibrant handwoven bags made from raffia.

Hooks Haven

Hooks Havenโ€™s handcrafted crocheted bags will have you hooked. The brand offers mini bags in bold colours with circular handles and detachable shoulder straps that provide versatility.

Myth House

ย Myth House is an innovative Ghanaian bag brand that uses unconventional materials like metal meshes of different textures to create classy, colourful and unique pieces.


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Two Cedi

If you are in the market for Ankara and Kente backpacks, look no further than Two Cedi. Available in a variety of colours, the hands-free design offers maximum flexibility for your daily grind. Walk it, bike it, carry it all and look good while rocking it.


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Tsui Aku

Tsui Aku makes elegantly crafted hand-woven raffia bags in bold colours. According to the brand on their Instagram profile, these bags are for the modern, edgy and bold womanโ€”and will undoubtedly make a great first impression.


KAYADUA is a Ghanaian-based fashion brand founded in 2018 by Eyiwaa Agyekumhene. The brand takes a slow fashion approach with pieces made by hand that take weeks of production. KAYADUA explores traditional techniques such as weaving, beading, and other intricate processes applied in new and modern ways.


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Kua Designs

Sustainable fashion accessories brand Kua Designs intentionally sources fabrics from local markets, trains workers with employable skills and passionately invests in Ghanaian female artisans. The brand offers clutch bags made from African print fabrics.


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