Paris, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, second decade of ‘900 century: a short skirt of feathers is shaked during a frenetic, sensual, mystical and tribal dance. The same dance is been seen in an austere and institutional portraits photography in the early 2000s. The collection portrays the Africa's multiple features, connecting the glamor and the afro-folk energy of Josephine Baker into the truthfulness of journalistic reports of Phyllis Galembo's works, mixing up our contemporary century with the ‘20 Century. The white plumage that comes out from the inside of the bags is floating in a sensual way, playing first to hide and then to show the canvas that made up the bags. The delicate raffia bands frame the flaps and the burned color handles made by snakeskin. Natural colors are mixed with turquoise red and mustard. The most famous african animals printed in the leather cover the shape of the bags. The accessories in shining gold capture the eyes. The softness of leathers has a seductive touch. This mix of materials gives at our products a precious small and uninhibited style, allowing to carry them from the morning until the last dance step in a warm summer night.