Work in progress, 2020 Collection


Bela Monde
Bela Monde was sparked by founder Lisa Limer's passion for global culture, but the company adheres to a strict set of values to ensure a thriving world for future generations:

  • A commitment to sustainable and environmentally friendly natural fabrics.
  • Our silk designs are digitally printed, which reduces high chemical water waste by 90% in comparison to standard printing processes.
  • All our products are hand sewn and great attention is paid to every detail. Products that are fashionable, not trendy, and will be treasured in your wardrobe for years to come.
  • Quality over quantity. Our materials are sourced, printed, and sewn in the United States.
  • Fair wages for the skilled seamstresses—artisans in their own right—who craft each Bela Monde piece.

All designs are based on founder Lisa Limer's extensive photographic archive, drawn from visits to over 40 countries on six continents. Bela Monde scarves and wraps are digitally printed in North Carolina and sewn by hand in Rhode Island.

Lisa Limer
Founder and Designer
A contributing photographer for Condé Nast Traveler/US since 2000, Lisa has shot for numerous fashion, home, food and travel publications, including Marie Claire/Spain, Details, House and Garden, Bon Appétit, and Condé Nast Traveler. Her work has been shown in group exhibitions in New York and Madrid and is included in collections in the United States and Europe. Having lived in Spain and South America for over 10 years, she now calls Providence, Rhode Island home, but her wanderlust spirit keeps her perpetually on the move.

In addition to the items available here, Bela Monde works with customers on custom orders that have ranged from silk slip dresses to cashmere capes. To discuss your ideas, please contact Lisa directly at lisa@belamonde.com

For wholesale orders, please contact info@belamonde.com.


Palm Beach Craft Show
February 14–16

American Craft Council Show
February 21–23, Baltimore

American Craft Council Show
March 13–15, Atlanta

American Craft Council Show
July 31–August 2, San Francisco