Portugal.Asa means ‘hope’, a hope for a better tomorrow for us.Asymmetrical in look and functional in design, our slim tri-fold wallets are inspired by the beauty around us in a seemingly imperfect world. Designed to store your cards, currency, coins and more these slim wallets can pack in more than you think.
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At Beej, we pay equal attention to the art and the artist. Every product that you see, is made by a single artisan. What does this mean? It means that each product at Beej is personal, made with passion and the attention to detail is impeccable. With the kind of materials we work with and the creative space we have created at Beej, our artisans get to experiment, collaborate, fail, experiment again, and then deliver. It gives us, and our team great pleasure to create a product that is nuanced, stylish, and above all, mindful.
SDG 8: Decent work and economic growth; SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities; SDG 12: Responsible consumption and production; SDG 13:Climate Action.
Vegan Leather – Cruelty free: For Cork: Cork can be easily cleaned with a clean cloth dipped in some warm water and gentle liquid soap. Allow it to dry naturally and away from direct sunlight. Storing your product when not in use: It would be best to store your cork product in a dust bag and out of direct sunlight. Try storing it in a position that doesn’t flatten or crumble the wallet, to helps retain its shape.
Ageing of your product: Over a long period of time, like any other natural skin such as leather, cork might turn darker due to contact with the human skin and sweat, however, we believe this adds a vintage look to the product’s beauty.
“Beej” is an eco-conscious accessories and lifestyle studio with a vision to make sustainability mainstream. From the choice of materials to packaging, each element is carefully selected while keeping the environment in mind. Currently, they design with Cork sourced from cork oak forests in Portugal, Piñatex made from pineapple fibers in Spain, Khesh which is a handloom material made by upcycling old cotton sarees and sourced from West Bengal. They are also the first Indian brand to bring ‘Desserto’, a leather alternative made from cactus pulp to India.