Where will you take your BAE? Where will your BAE take you?

Designed in Austin, Texas, this global business venture integrates a 100% women workforce.

Bae Liles also features a line of easy-to-wear dresses, made in Los Angeles, with a portion of sales from each dress directly invested into the production of the Bae Bag.

Bae Liles is about living and packing light. Each design serves as a canvas to create the look that suits your style. We want our products to be maintenance free and multi-purposeful. We hope they travel the world.

Where will you take your Bae? Where will your Bae take you?

Betsy Christian

Bae Liles Proprietor

BAE also is a partner with Fashion Makes Change. This group is working to heighten the voices of women in global supply chains. A project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Fashion Makes Change, is an industry wide initiative delivering women’s empowerment and climate action in tandem. Every purchase of a BAE product donates to this cause.

Bae Liles conceives products with consideration toward management, maintenance, economical use of space, time, purpose and cost. We push these principles to their boundaries to create products that are minimal, multi-purposeful, quality, and made by people with whom we have relationships and know are paid a livable wage.

In 2010 Ubuntu Life organized and set up a shoe factory in Kenya with the proceeds funding a medical facility to help special needs kids and their moms who were shunned in the village.

The Maker Mums had aged out of caring for kids and wanted something to do. Ubuntu Life reorganized equipment and paired the maker mom talents with Bae Liles production needs to produce our BAE bags for a fair trade wage. 

Maker Mums in Kenya hand making each BAE bag.