So let’s start by talking about fusions, as in the combination of African fashions with designs of other cultures — combining the two to make something greater than their original parts. Like Ankara prints, once used only for the most traditional settings, are now finding a resurgence in causal wear.
It’s time to get our little ones out of the house, but it doesn’t mean they can’t look good doing it. Explore our collection for babies, like the Baby Chi-Chi Onesie, with an excellent geometric design of concentric circles and other shapes that adorn the entirety of the outfit—designed by Baby Bumi.
Or check out Bibs and Booties by Nana Wax. This cute combo is a must-have for your adorable newborn or young baby. Enjoy the uniqueness of African print-style designs for bibs and booties!
Every time we put on a piece of jewelry, we’re telling the world a story of how we feel, who we are, and where we come from. But what your jewelry’s story? Founder of Octave Jewelry, Ope Omojola, lets us know that every raw stone has a story, and she cuts each one by hand to suit its independent character.