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NKWO

Sweet Knot Skirt

$245

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  • Insider Notes

    • It was during an experimental session that NKWO discovered a new weaving technique by using old strips of denim. They dubbed it "Dakala cloth"; a new type of textile that appeared to look like a traditional handloom woven cloth with a distinctively West African feel. The Sweet Knot Skirt, made from this cloth, is a midi-length pencil skirt, designed to be worn low on the waist. It features signature knot details, fringed flax and recycled mirror beads. Wear with a half-tucked oversized cotton shirt for a lunch appointment.

      - Zip fastening, V-shaped vent at the back
      - Upcycled Cotton, fringed flax, recycled mirror beads
      - NKWO employs local artisans and focuses on waste reduction through innovative cutting techniques, recycling and fabric manipulation
      - Made in Abuja, Nigeria, shipping from Nigeria

  • SIZE, FIT & OPACITY

    • Standard sizing
    • Opaque
    • Midweight, non-stretchy
    • Close fitting
    • Fits true to size
  • Shipping & Returns

    • We deliver each item directly from the designer to your door in partnership with DHL Express, covering 220 countries worldwide within 3-5 business days. We offer flat shipping rates, which may differ slightly based on your order locations. 

      Industrie Africa accepts returns on regular priced items that are initiated within 7 days of receipt. For more information, please check where your products are shipping from, and please visit Shipping & Delivery. Unfortunately, exchanges are not possible at this time.

      Due to Covid-19 shipping regulations, please be aware that you may experience delays in delivery times.

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Sustainable brand NKWO relaunched in 2012 in Nigeria, with a focus on the preservation of traditional craft while curbing the damaging effects of textile waste. Each ready-to-wear piece is crafted using traditional West African weaving, beading, hand-dyeing and embroidery. The designer created her own fabric—using a modern strip weaving technique—dubbed “Dakala.” This hand-loomed upcycled fabric has a distinctively rich feel and is featured in each collection.


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