maxi kaftan
maxi kaftan
maxi kaftan
maxi kaftan
maxi kaftan

Ahwoulaba

maxi kaftan

Regular price$370.00
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Size
  • Maxi length, full skirted kaftan
  • Hand embroidery stitch detail produced by a Rwandan Embroidery Cooperative on neckline, sleeve and skirt hem
  • V neck
  • Long length
        • The name Ahwoulaba {Ah-woo-lah-bah} means Queen of Beauty/virtuous women, in Baoulé, an Ivory Coast language
        • Oversized fit
        • The model is 178cm / 5'10 and wears a size M
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        - 100% VISCOSE FSC CERTIFIED
        - Viscose
        - Sunset Indigo Abstract print
        - Fabric sourced in Madagascar
        - Made in Rwanda

        This garment has been produced using the following environmental considerations:

        reimagined fabric   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:C01027VOLP02

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