Born in Mexico in 1907, Frida was one of a kind. She celebrated her femininity without feeling the need to conform to social expectations (its takes a pretty self-assured chick to rock a monobrow the way Frida did) and pursed her artistic talents, pioneering new visual styles in a field dominated by men - in short, she is one of the exceptional women we have to thank for getting us to where we are today.
Choosing to flaunt a Frida product - from purses to coffee cups, slippers to make-up pouches - is more than just a fashion statement: it’s a way of life. What’s more, all of our Frida pieces are based on her own self-portrait, which means they’ve got true artistic flair and vision.
The Tote Bag is the ultimate way to show off your Frida infatuation. Sling this gorgeous, green number over your shoulder and shimmy through your day with goddess confidence levels - not to mention serious style kudos!
Fancy something a little more understated? The Green Card Purse is sleek and small, beautifully designed with a clear plastic wallet and internal card carrier - perfect for zipping around cities or jet-setting around the world. Why not make a complete set and grab yourself a Frida Bamboo Travel Mug too? Same stunning design, same cool colour scheme, whole new purpose - plus, you’ll be saving the planet (and eco-princess Frida would certainly have approved) by cutting out the disposable coffee cup!
Speaking of travelling, we’ve got quite a selection for the girl who likes to get up and go. From the Frida Kahlo Washbag - a chic, white, polka dot design - to the matching beach towel (what could be more extra than reclining on this at the beach?!), we’ve got your holiday needs sorted with the Frida range.
And don’t forget the little extras, perfect as gifts and stocking fillers: shuffle around in flowery, Frida Slippers, paint your lips Frida-red and then stow your lippie in the printed Make Up Bag, or pot a pretty plant in the Sass & Belle Frida Desktop Planter!
Want to find out more about Frida? Read our blog post, ‘In Celebration Of Frida Kahlo: Artist. Feminist. Icon’