- Dimension: 8” W x 6” H x 3” D
- Handle drop: 20.5 inches
- Soft voluminous clutch
- Glass beads embellishments
- Plastic clutch frame
- Satin scrunch handle (non-detachable)
- Exclusive design by BrunnaCo
***The beads color in the picture may be slightly different due to the lighting. EMBRACE YOUR UNIQUENESS The true meaning behind the Arnoldi pattern Photo credits:
- Photographer: Faruq Adib
- Stylist: Gracia Gisu
- Makeup Artist: Luvita
- Hairdo: Nikodoesmakeup
Carefully crafted with the best glass beads quality while our artisans bond with their family and kids at home. The beads pattern embodies the iconic Arnoldi flower dots pattern which represents a strong message to embrace our uniqueness.
We created this Arnoldi pattern design to inspire women (and also men) all around the world to embrace their individuality. Despite its stunning beauty, Rafflesia Arnoldi is actually a parasitic unisexual flower with strong odiferous smell to attract blowflies as their only pollinator. It is a short-term bloomer that’s known to be a very shy, temperamental, and difficult species to grow. So difficult that even Singapore's Botanic Gardens has not yet succeeded in growing its own. But all these unique characteristics only make Arnoldi flower even more special and rare.
This Arnoldi collection is dedicated for those who are labelled as different, difficult, and the list goes on... Sometimes we allow these labels to block our true potential. With this collection we want to make it clear that sometimes we don’t have to fit in and it’s okay to be different. We are our best self when we accept ourselves and all of our flaws because that’s what stands us out from others.
Brunna.co is a Californian plant-based fashion line established in 2017. They represent the voice of local artisans in Bali and other provinces of Indonesia who work from the comfort of their own home while nurturing their children and family. They are known for their island-hopping bags & accessories collection which are sourced directly from local farmers. Their vision empowers local talent to preserve Indonesian culture. Seen in: British Vogue, Conde Nast Traveler, Real Simple Magazine, Oprah Magazine, Good Housekeeping Magazine, Coastal Living magazine and more.