Social enterprise Studio One Eighty Nine teams up with e-tailer Yoox for a collection of one-of-a-kind pieces made in Ghana.

On our minds is Africa-promoting social enterprise Studio One Eighty Nine’s team-up with luxury multi-brand e-tailer Yoox’s Fashion 4 Development for a collection of one-of-a-kind pieces hand-made in Ghana. Turning to fashion as a tool for social change, the friend duo behind Studio One Eighty Nine (based in-between NYC, LA and Accra) hopes to provide economic opportunities for Ghanaian craftspeople whilst challenging them to move beyond the bounds of their experience but still honor the traditions, such as natural indigo dying, that define their culture. The end result is a line of summery tunics and batik-printed skirts as well as upcycled denims, fused by an ease of wear well suited a free-spirit, travelling lifestyle. Read more here.

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