Resort Spotlight: Nannacay

If there is a trait undeniably attached to Nannacay, it’s that the brand embodies the spirit of a woman who appreciates beauty and admires the simplicity of life. Nannacay- of Quechua Aymara origin, means sisterhood of women.

More than a brand, Nannacay fronts simultaneously as a social fashion project, with a mission to help people develop creative potential by serving as a bridge between people who need help and people who want to help.

Brazilian designer Marcia Kemp’s greatest inspiration came from the task to prove the beauty born from simplicity has a space within appreciation, and could conquer the fashion industry. Nannacay’s woven mini bags have manifested this notion and fast-tracked to becoming a cult favorite.

Each woven bag is handmade from chemical-free fibers, sourced along the Peruvian coast by an artisanal community. Nannacay’s Resort collection included the essentials. The Baby Roge Pompom bag and the Corfu tote revisited Resort with the favored, two-tone pom poms. Introductory styles such as the Charlotte tote, rendered in all over pom poms, joined the collection.

Inspired by her travels around the globe, Marcia’s collection includes pieces that have been hand-woven by a single craftsman. A motto respoken through Nannacay’s Resort collection, the brand shines light on creative hands transforming lives.

About the Author

Jennifer Paccione is a fashion editor who shares her time between New York City and Milan. She has been featured and published with respected magazines internationally in various languages. She currently acts as contributing editor for publications including Bulgari Magazine, The Fashionable Lampoon, Fashion to Max and RedMilk Magazine, whilst having contributed for NYLON and Editorialist. Alongside journalism, Jennifer freelances as a social media and digital marketing advisor, having already worked with brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Alberta Ferretti and Philosophy, among many. Follow her on Instagram @jenniferpaccione