According to Edoheart, a large majority of African textiles are now being manufactured in factories in Asia and Europe. In an effort to restore a portion of this craft back to where it originated, she is launching a line of lingerie employing traditional African printing techniques.
Using fair trade silk, “The African Silk bralette and brief set is premiering authentic traditional African fabric art instead of toxic environmentally-destructive fabrics made by a factory in Europe or Asia to look or seem African. We’ll be using the same processes Africans have used for thousands of years to create a product that is beautiful to look at and you can be sure that you made a difference to someone’s life!”

According to Edoheart, a large majority of African textiles are now being manufactured in factories in Asia and Europe. In an effort to restore a portion of this craft back to where it originated, she is launching a line of lingerie employing traditional African printing techniques.

Using fair trade silk, “The African Silk bralette and brief set is premiering authentic traditional African fabric art instead of toxic environmentally-destructive fabrics made by a factory in Europe or Asia to look or seem African. We’ll be using the same processes Africans have used for thousands of years to create a product that is beautiful to look at and you can be sure that you made a difference to someone’s life!”