Africa Fashion Guide
A social enterprise promoting sustainability within Africa's fashion and textile industry.


July 9th, 2015

Osei-Duro x Lululemon Lab! Vancouver July 16

Osei-duro, based in Los Angeles, CA and Accra, Ghana, produce their textiles and garments in Ghana, applying traditional techniques such as hand dyeing and weaving. They work towards a vibrant fashion industry, one that exceeds international production standards while respecting the rights and aesthetics of local makers.

Osier-Duro teamed up with Lululemon lab (the high-end yoga-focused chain featuring stylish athletic wear & accessories) to create an exclusive capsule collection. Designed for travel, street, bike and life, our hand batiked designs will be printed onto lululemon’s technical active wear.

We’re excited about the collaboration and hope you can make it to the lululemon lab in Vancouver on July 16!

Can’t be there? Starting July 17, you’ll be able to shop the collection on Garmentory’s website!

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