Aza Rocks Local

Azania has a new crush thanks to Bloss & Co.

Azania has discovered bag designers, Bloss & Co. and she has fallen head over handbag in love!

This month Azania features some of the best young designers in South Africa - some you've heard of and a few you need to hear about!

This afternoon, the Azania Mosaka Show features Bloss & Co, the bags have developed a strong reputation as being an 'ahead of the trend' and sophisticated luxury leather handbag and accessories company based in Johannesburg.

Bloss & Co's range includes posh totes for the elegant mother, slouchy hobo bags for sassy, working women, clutches for weddings and smart shoppers for everyday essentials.

Of course Azania LOVES their bags for their butter-soft leather, with gold hardware accents and the attention to detail on each of the bags.

Listen to Azania's conversation with the designers below:


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