The visual concept derives from a traditional Ghanian Kente Cloth. Historically, it was worn by royal family members but today it’s worn all over the country. One can also find Kente is Asante temples where it symbolizes the spiritual strength of the Gods.
Each pattern has its own name given by the weaver. But most importantly, it’s more than a fabric. It’s a cultural representation of West African history, philosophy and religion. By using this reference, we aim to honor the Ghanaian heritage and show it to the world through an authentic product that represents the region.