Journal

Marrakech is a hot spot for many travellers. With an ancient Medina, maze like souks and energetic locals, here is a place that will have your senses working overtime. No plan is the best plan in Marrakech, allowing the eclectic personalities you'll meet & the irresistible atmosphere lead the way. Spontaneity quickly becoming an integral part of the adventure. This is how the Lost Little One story began, somewhere in the backstreets of this ancient Medina while living in Marrakech. Here I would spend my days aimlessly wandering around this bustling city, allowing every encounter to become an adventure. It's in this time that I discovered 5 things that you have to experience when in Marrakech.
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Here at Lost Little One we’re super passionate about using only vegetable tanned leather. But what does that even mean, and how are other leather-goods made? In 1858 we discovered chrome tanning, using chromium sulfate and other chromium salts to do the same job but much, much quicker. Sounds great, right? Think again.
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A photo & video series featuring our Lost Little One everyday essential leather bags for him & her. Melbourne designed and ethically handcrafted in Marrakech, Morocco by traditionally trained & independently working local artisans. Our bags are made using premium quality, vegetable tanned leather. Our leather is handworked and paired with our timeless designs to create a collection you can enjoy now and for years to come.
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A photo & video series showcasing our favourite unisex designs from our travel collection. Lost Little One is Melbourne designed and ethically handcrafted in Marrakech, Morocco by traditionally trained & independently working local artisans. Our bags are made using premium quality, vegetable tanned leather.  A fusion of Melbourne style & Moroccan culture creating a timeless collection for him, her & a life of getting lost.
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Vegetable-tanning is the ancient, traditional method for producing leather. Undoubtedly physical and hard work, requiring artisanal skill. This method is free from harmful chemicals. We chose to use vegetable tanned leather because of the history that ties it to Morocco and its people. When I first arrived in Morocco I was truly amazed by the craft of the locals and just how proud they were of their rich history, enticing me to learn more.
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