wide leg shorts
wide leg shorts
wide leg shorts
wide leg shorts


wide leg shorts

Regular price€295,00
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  • Flared leg shorts
  • Akuaba stool print: an Adinkra symbol from Ghana representing feminine energy and fertility
  • High waisted
  • A-line volume
  • Tailoring waist with hook and bars and internal button opening
  • Front slanted pockets and back jet pockets
          • The name Ufolo {Uo-fo-loh} means freedom in Kimbundo, an Angolese language
          • Fits true to size, take your normal size
          • The model is 175cm / 5'9 and wears a size 1
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          - Cotton twill
          - Fabric sourced in Italy
          - Made in Rwanda

          This garment has been produced using the following environmental considerations:

          eco-friendly dyes   water responsible  

          As a slow fashion brand we are committed to building a product that is not only socially responsible but is also committed to sustainability.

          Our Sustainable Approach

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          product code:C01017DROP03
          the art of Adinkra

          Adinkra are symbols that express the culture and beliefs of the Asante people of Ghana. Dating back over 200 years, each symbol represents a meaningful proverb or personal quality. These elegant hieroglyphs have long been used to adorn fabric and decorative objects. A key print in this collection draws on Abode Santann, which depicts the all-seeing eye of the divine and omnipresent creator. We are also inspired by the Akua Ba figurine, a woman-like form that embodies feminine energy and fertility, to create a new take on Adinkra.