Yaa Ataa Bags makes some delicious clutches. Using wax prints in patterns ranging from ankara to kente, they make not only clutches, but also laptop sleeves, phone cases, and hobo bags. Josephine Wiafeh launched the line in 2010, with the goal of bringing a twist of Africa to contemporary bag making. The fabrics used are made in Ghana by Akosombo Textiles Limited, and in Holland. I am currently in ‘want’ mode for the Asanthemaa Nana Nyarko Kusi Amoa clutch. Not sure what its name means, but it’s a clutch that would make many an evening outfit pop. The Yaa Ataa online shop is updated regularly with new items.