New Release Meanings
The name Dayo is of Yoruba origin and translates to "joy arrives." This print was handpicked by our team in Lagos, Nigeria.
The name Shaka is from the Zulu tribe and the name is one of the most influential Zulu warrior kings. This print was handpicked by our team in Lagos, Nigeria.
The name Amai is from the Shona people of Zimbabwe. It translates to "mother/woman." This print was handpicked by our team in Lagos, Nigeria.
The name Johari comes from the Swahili language and translates to "gem; something of value". This name is especially fitting as we celebrate the Christmas and Kwanzaa season and count our blessings as we reflect on unity and peace. The geometry and colors of this print display a beautiful tapestry representative of community and building with one another.
Iseda is a Yoruba word that translates to "nature." The eye-catching forest green background represents lush, growing, and fruitful life. This print was hand picked by our team in Lagos, Nigeria.
Mkali is the Swahili word for “bright.” This brilliant print is popping with color. Large orange and yellow circles bordered by infinite dots makes for a undeniable stand out pattern! This print was hand picked by our team in Lagos, Nigeria.
Aisha is Swahili meaning “She is life.” This print is reminiscent of the Ankara fabric many African mothers use to carry their babies close to their bodies. Aisha represents motherhood and life. This print was hand picked by our team in Lagos, Nigeria.