Awa Meite's Faida collection is a stylish tribute to Malian photographer Malick Sidibe, known for his black and white photography chronicaling the lives and culture of youth in Bamako, Mali, during the 1950s-'70s. This modern vest, is woven to resemble traditonal Malian mudcloth known as Bogolan. It has a relaxed silhouette, exaggerated bouffant sleeves and geometric detailing. Wear oversized and pair with the designer's Bogolan skirt for a captivating ensemble.
- Each piece may slightly vary due to the artisanal and handwoven nature of this product
- Sustainably and ethically made, employing local craft and preserving traditional techniques
- Made in Bamako, Mali, shipping from Mali
SIZE, FIT & OPACITY
- French Sizing
- Midweight, non-stretchy
- Fits true to size
Shipping & Returns
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Hailing from Mali, Awa Meité is recognized as a multi-talented fashion and textile designer, filmmaker, stylist and painter. Based in Mali’s Bamako, Meité’s label spotlights local artisans who are responsible for some of the country’s most thoughtful garments and accessories. Her ready-to-wear pieces come in an array of striking silhouettes and hand-woven fabrics, and pay homage to her country’s rich history of craftsmanship and design.