Each of our kimono-style Dusters tells a story about how it changed, from Kenya to Barcelona and now to you, where it will become part of the story you create.
This kimono silhouette lets you experience Japan while this wax fabric allows you to travel to Kenya through fashion
One-of-a-Kind Kenyatta Blue Kimono-style Dusters with black & white shell motif
100% Cotton woven wax fabric
Wide kimono sleeves, open front falls mid-calf
Lined with highest quality coral satin
Tie at Waist
106 cm length
How to style: Wear loose over jeans, tied at the waist, or open as a swimsuit cover up. Want to be fancy? We paired this with a black dress underneath to wear open, with high heels and tons of gold jewelry stacked. Or wear as a wrap dress itself (just secure the inside panel with a pin.)
The jewel-toned coral lining makes for a pretty accent to roll up the sleeves.
How to care: Machine wash on cold, do not iron. The fabric will soften over time with use.
Like all of our products, this Duster is Made in Barcelona at a local workshop with our partners.
About our inspiration: Mountains, valleys, lakes, beaches, and city centers :: From the Great Rift Valley to the Lake Region in the North, to the bustling city center of Nairobi to the dense inner world of the Kibera. From wandering the Old Town of Mombasa with lively street markets to the quiet respite on the Indian Ocean at Diani Beach :: You can reach more on our blog here: East Africa Travels
Ethical + Conscious Fashion Transparency Check:
• Low-Moderate Transparency
• Fabrics - bought locally in Mombasa, Kenya
• Sewn - Made in a local atelier in Barcelona
Origins: This wax fabric, called Ankara in West Africa and Kitenge in East and Central Africa, was bought on a trip through Kenya. The shop is locally-owned in Mombasa. High quality satin lining bought in Barcelona at one of the oldest fabric shops in the city.