The latest collection of fashion from the YEVU label is out and about. YEVU was conceived in Ghana in 2013, with an aim to support to try and strengthen the economy of the West African country, and to celebrate the vibrancy and cultural significance of Ghanaian wax print and textiles. The label also aims to create jobs, generate income, build capacity and connect markets there.
Operating out of a vibrant and lively co-operative workshop in the heart of Ghana’s capital, Accra, YEVU has built the socially responsible label from the ground up with the guidance of founder Anna Robertson. Check out the below gallery for more on the new collection, and head to their website.