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Fall is here!

Posted: October 7, 2013 by meganmacdonald   -   No Comments

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“We have two hands – one to help ourselves, the other to help each other.” –Audrey Hepburn

Sasa Designs by the Deaf is proud to announce our second seasonal collection (available now through early Spring)! Reflecting the season’s most on-trend colors and palettes, the FW13 collection introduces wire pieces meticulously formed by the women of Sasa. Furthering our goal to support the local economy while increasing the skills of our artisans, we partnered with a local self-help group that employs former street boys to source unique beads and hand-cast brass tags.

Packages01Highlights of the FW13 Collection:

  • New packaging! In an effort to cut back on plastic, Sasa Designs pieces are now packaged in hand-made fabric bags including a personalized card and signature from the artisan who made the piece.
  • New 1x wraps in a variety of colors – neutrals and colors galore!
  • Using their newest skill set, the women of Sasa Designs have created earrings and bracelets that compliment our popular wraps while utilizing natural materials sourced from local bone, horn and metal smiths. The Lace Hoop Earrings and Kenyan Lace Bracelets are early favorites!
  • This will be our last collection at current pricing as we will be raising our prices a small amount after the first of the year. A price increase will help ensure we can continue operations in service to the Deaf – we promise it won’t be too big but encourage you to take advantage of our low prices now to prepare for the holidays!
  • Wrap bracelets remain at the heart of our collection – and this season’s do not disappoint. Named after and inspired by our artisans, each unique design allows you to wrap your wrist in the spirit of Sasa – the spirit of now.


Enjoy exploring the FW13 collection at Sasa Designs by the Deaf! As you wear each piece, remember the hands that took time from speaking to create it. Then, let Sasa Designs remind you of the good you hold in your own hands.