The Lamia is named after the powerful African goddess Queen. The intoxicatingly beautiful Lamia was known for her power to transform. The Lamia is the signature Okapi bag. With its elegant design, the appeal lies in the understated simplicity.
Aziri is the goddess of love, protecting women from harmful pairings. She is also seen as the goddess of wealth and possessions.
The newest addition to the Okapi range, this beautifully crafted structured tote is both elegant and versatile.
The African goddess Yemaja embodies feminine wisdom. She is a mother goddess who is primarily worshipped by women. The most intricate of the Okapi bags has a sophisticated design where the appeal lies in the detail.
Oya is the warrior goddess in African mythology. Known for being strong and courageous, her power comes from the wind. The timeless tote design is made with Okapi’s signature Blesbok leather, which over time will develop its own patinas.
Ayesha is the mythical leader of the lost African city Kôr. She is beautiful and powerful and any man who looks at her will fall hopelessly into madness. This sleek cross body bag is perfectly crafted in an elegant and unique style.
The Mawu was named after the goddess of creativity. Her symbol is the moon as she rules the night. The Mawu is a classic tote design that highlights the beautiful raw materials and craftsmanship that make each Okapi bag unique.