Origata, in Japanese, means the art of wrapping. As part of the Japanese tradition, the host would present their guests with sweets wrapped nicely in fancy paper and that special way of wrapping is Origata!

So, there is this Italian designer by the name of Soffio di Sofia who is incredibly creative and designed a leather bag borrowing the concept of Origata! And this Origata collection is available at an online website that curates unique design pieces named Boticca.  That’s what the title of this post is about, if you are wondering.

The Origata bag – just folds, no zip!

It can be carried multi-way and can be laid flat.

And it is available in larger size too.

Just one word: Amazing. On a side note, Boticca stocks up quite a number of unique accessories and bags from independent designers, and they accept international credit cards as well as ship to Singapore.

Share with me if you have any unique cyber-finds!

日本折形艺术,是日本传统文化艺术精髓之一。当一个日本家庭的宾客准备离开,主人会送宾客一个包裹整齐的物品或甜食。这包裹艺术就是Origata。前些时候在网上搜寻,意外发现一名来自意大利佛罗伦斯的独立设计师从Origata艺术取得灵感,设计一款折形皮包。这皮包当中的奥妙在于,只有皱褶,没有拉链,而且有超过一种穿戴法。皮包也能够平坦地收藏在盒子里,丝毫不占位子。这款折形皮包,有大有小,也有不同颜色供选择,在Boticca购物网站出售

 

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