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Nov 6

Made in Africa: Traditional tie & dye fabrics

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Today we would like to feature our new product line of traditional African fabrics. We believe in supporting our local artisans versus shipping all of our money to Made in China Ankara fabrics that initially were and are still traded by Dutch companies such as Vlisco.

The designs of the traditional African fabrics are so beautiful that other nations have tried to steal the designs and reproduce them in Western countries while taking this business from Black people in the Motherland. Today it is time to take back this amazing legacy of handmade, traditional fabrics and encourage our people to support it.

We source our fabrics from Nigeria and are planning to expand to other African regions.

If you are interested in one of our product drop us a line in the contact section.

 

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