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Differences between kente and batakari fugu fabric

 A lot of times when people see our handwoven smock fabric they call it kente. This needs to stop NOW! These are two very different fabrics and in this article, I will tell you why. First of all, let me acknowledge the people who work hard to make these beautiful

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The Reign Collection

During the Easter period, we launched a new collection called Reign. This beautiful collection of African-inspired clothes had a bold Christian feel to it with various elements of the passion of Christ. The main colours of the collection were red, black and white. Zedi has not had a redshirt in

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The Bolum Collection

When I was designing the recent Zedi collection I had a lot of ideas but wasn’t too sure how to express them. I took my time and woke up one day to see all the pieces fit together perfectly. It was like I was trying to do serious work in

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Fabric Shopping at Makola Market in Ghana

A lot of designers find inspiration in lots of things. For us most of our inspiration comes from the fabric we use. The bold prints, the colours, the way they come together to form something beautiful is just so amazing. In Accra there’s no other place to shop for fabric

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Ankara African Print fabric names and meanings we love

African print fabric often also referred to as Ankara often have very interesting names and meanings. Each cloth comes with a unique piece of history that is worth knowing. We don’t design or select fabric based on their names or meanings but sometimes the influence happens even unconsciously. Below are

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Zedi Christmas collection 2020, Fisa

Christmas is such a happy time. Even if you don’t celebrate it at least you appreciate the holidays right? We are so excited to announce that our new collection will be coming out soon! It’s no , it’s been a while since we released some fresh designs so we are

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Top Ghanaian celebrities who love local clothes

In Ghana dressing up in clothes and accessories made in the country was made very popular a few decades ago with the introduction of Friday Wear. This was an initiative to get Ghanaians so patronize clothes made locally. As a result, today the made-in-Ghana trend is still on! Therefore, a

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We are going on a break

The world has been hit by a serious pandemic. With hospitals and clinics all over the world filling up to compulsory lockdowns with millions of people staying at home to stop the spread of the corona virus, COVID-19. Lots of businesses have to close for obvious reasons and our business

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How to care for African wax print fabric

So you have bought a beautiful African wax print or Ankara dress, top or shirt. It probably did not come with care instructions so how do you care for it? How do you wash and dry it? Can you bleach it? Is it dry clean only? Don’t worry too much,

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The Year Of Return 2019

It has been 400 years since the first slave ship arrived in the West to commence the largest and most devastating slave trades the world has ever seen. This year Ghana has named it the Year of Return. This event is inviting members of the diaspora to return to the

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Our Pre-Xmas sale is live!

We are finally in December, yes the last month of 2019 has arrived and we are so excited to announce our super sale to usher in the Christmas spirit! This sale is store-wide meaning there’s a discount on all available stock. Our price slashes go as high as 80%. How

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