The Adehye print is the take on Kente cloth, a Ghanaian woven textile made with strips of silk and cotton. Kente weaving is traditionally done on a wooden loom and historically worn by royalty. There are hundreds of different types of kente patterns, each with its own meaning and name typically based on proverbs, historical events, important leads or plants. Kente is an important symbol of African heritage and pride across diaspora (world wide collection of communities descended from native Africans). "Adeheye" meaning royalty in Twi Ghanaian Language.
A unisex t-shirt bringing vibrant prints to a classic style. This soft, stretchy fabric pulls easily over toddlers head giving room for a snug of looser fit. Made from 100% organic cotton makes it comfortable and safe for your toddler's skin.
note: colors may vary slightly from how they appear on a computer/smartphone screen. due to the nature of fabrics and print processes, this print may not be the exact same shade, hue, or tone of a previous release of the same print