Small Tubeweave Tote BW Red Orange Yellow



  • Collection XXII
  • Black/white on the bottom and red/orange/yellow on the top
  • To create this tote TRUSSNYC uses a tube plastic strip that is a little firmer than the other TRUSS plastic totes
  • All-in-all this tote takes 1 day to weave and assemble at our workshop in Oaxaca


  • All TRUSS goods are handmade and assembled, as such each piece is one of a kind and variances may occur.
  • Due to the nature of the construction, TRUSS should not be worn with delicate fabrics. Over time, color variances may occur on the beaded straps.
  • To clean your TRUSS, simply use a soft cloth with soapy water on the plastic body only and let it dry naturally.
  • Do not expose to direct heat and sunlight.
  • Dimensions: 25 x 21 x 11 cm
  • Handle Drop: 10 cm


Proceeds from your purchase aids in the development of artisan communities in Mexico and TRUSSNYC’s work with the women’s education foundation Fondo Guadalupe Musalem.

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TRUSS founders Elise Durbecq and Gillian Tozer met in 2013 while working at Opening Ceremony in New York. Born in Mexico City and Melbourne, respectively, the pair quickly decided that they wanted to work on a creative project together—one that combined their mutual values of beautiful design, beverages, and importantly, positive social impact, focusing primarily on the education and empowerment of women. While on vacation in Oaxaca, a (magical) city where Elise spent much of her childhood, they spotted the traditional handwoven totes at the local market. Excited by the bright colors and beautiful construction of the bags, the more Elise and Gillian learned of the bags’ woven technique and the communities who made them, the more their little project together became apparent. TRUSS currently has over 18 styles—ranging from nighttime accessories to oversized luggage totes—and combines the work of a large artisan network spanning Oaxaca State, Leon in Guanajuato, and with the Huichol community of Northern Mexico. TRUSS prides itself on being a conscientious support system within the Oaxacan weaving community. In addition to this, TRUSS donates to the women’s foundation Fondo Guadalupe Musalem and their work to educate and empower young Oaxacan women. Fondo Guadalupe Musalem’s goal is to ensure education for indigenous girls with underprivileged backgrounds, who have demonstrated a high commitment to their education.