Introducing linen loungewear pants & shirt sets and satin kimonos! We’re celebrating Southern African history with our latest cave art pieces inspired by the 4,500 cave artworks found in Tsodilo Hills, Botswana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The site is believed to have been inhabited by the ancestors of the San who created the paintings which date as far back as 24,000 years ago.
As social creatures, cities are incubators for a wide variety of human conditions, ideals, and ideas. Through choice or necessity, we live in cities for all the potential benefits of being close to other human beings: for security, proximity to resources, social mobility, the joy of interaction and other things.
The Nairobian is an homage to the city Alex grew up in, and also to the importance of healthy, inclusive cities
To great cities.
African masks have historically been worn in many celebrations and spiritual rituals by various African tribes throughout the continent.
Artwork from this collection includes; the Dan mask from Ivory Coast and Liberia, Ligbi mask from Ivory Coast and Ghana, Punu mask from Gabon, and lastly, Biombo masks from Central Democratic Republic of Congo.