Jeans is just one of those fabrics which works for even warm climates like ours. Its versatility is currently seen on fashion racks in different textures and clothing styles; light, faded, heavy, distressed, high waist, low waist, etc.
Inspired by Denim Jeans, Woodin has created the most fashionable jeans, redesigned as an exclusive adaptation of Western illustration with a rich African taste. A trendy and fashionable print for smart men and women who dare to be different. This new segment is called ‘Jeans de Woodin’.
Woodin, an African fabric and read-to-wear fashion design house and also a brand of the Vlisco Group, recently launched this line in 8 bold designs and exciting colors which is perfect for every day Ghanaian fashion.
The Innovative prints for Jeans de Woodin are presented in two different weights of 100% cotton fabric: Light weight fabrics suitable for shirts, blouses, dresses, and heavy weight fabrics suitable for pants, shorts and skirts.
Woodin is celebrating a new movement in African fashion and this is movement has come to stay. Its a movement that breaks rules, lives on the edge and makes bold choices.
All Woodin designs are trendy African prints for men and women who are young at heart and each print captures the optimism of the modern African lifestyle.
Woodin is the first Pan- African print brand by and for Africa, and have worked since 1985 to connect global trends to modern African life, transforming ethnic symbols into modern African designs.
These designs are absolutely dashing and bold! Its such an exciting time for African fashion eh! Definitely exciting!
Are you a Woodin loyalist? I would love to know your best experiences with the fabric.
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