How are your fabrics eyed?
Adire is a novel hand dyeing process developed by the Yorubas in the Southwest region of Nigeria. Prior to dyeing, the artist, hand paints patterns using a cassava starch paste or wax to acts as the resist dye. Due to the nature of the process, each final product varies in uniqueness giving them a one-of-a-kind artisanal feel.
Where are your products made?
Our fabrics are dyed in Nigeria with dye artisan communities in Lagos and Osogbo. They are then manufactured in Morocco, Kenya, and the United States.
What is Empathic Design?
Empathic design is a collaborative approach to design, where the impact of each creative decision is considered socially, environmentally, and culturally.