Throughout Kenya and Tanzania, the Maasai people lead a nomadic life.
They're also one of most well-known indigenous groups in Africa, often dressed in bright red sheets wrapped around like togas, some sporting elaborate jewelry and homemade sandals. But that Maasai "style" is gracing more than these native people.
Global companies are using their imagery to design cars, pens, and purses, and the Maasai are looking to get a cut from those who are taking cues from their culture.
For more we're joined by Bloomberg Businessweek reporter Stephan Faris.