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West Coast Forest - Photo Shoot

British Columbia is home to some of the world's lush green forestry and views that scream #PNW. I shot with my assistant, Danielle (@Daniideluxe) and her partner, Cosimo (@Cosimo.Peronace) in a hidden gem trail in South Surrey. We chose this location because it had a different feel, and we want to ensure that no matter what you are doing, our hoodie set is versatile for any environment you are in. If you ever get the chance to visit this gem (which we will keep nameless) you will know that you are close to forest, water, views which is not easy to find in rapidly changing landscapes that turn into concrete jungles, haha. Fun fact about me and Danielle's working relaitonship....

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Twinning in Chinatown - Street Video Shoot

 Twinception at it's finest - It's a look! We took over the streets of Vancouver's Chinatown to film a creative video shoot with Martha and Mary (@pritchardtwins) and Videographer, Stanley (@outlandish_visuals) The girls brought their game and together, we were able to produce unique and creative visuals. This shoot is the epitome of power in numbers.  Thanks for such a fun day, your vibes really made this day great. Check out the visual shoot on YouTube.  -Naa Sheka

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Afrobeat Rooftop Video Shoot

2020 has been a year, safe to say. While this past year questioned out energy and mood, we all had to do whatever it was to keep out spirits up. This meant, taking our ideas to new heights, and that is exactly what we did. In the fall of 2020, we collaborated with Local Dance hall and Soca instructor and fitness guru, Venom (@Venomaliance), JarettLopez (@JarrettLopez), and the team at  Studio 710 in Downtown, Vancouver, to film a promotional video and photo shoot with our hoodie collection ahead of our launch. Now, if you have lived, visited, or know Vancouver - you know the weather is no joke. All week, the forecast said it would be raining. Classic Vancouver fashion that...

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Face masks

Covid-19 has presented our community with unprecedented challenges. With the first half of 2020 becoming a year none of us have ever imagined, the global pandemic seems to be the cherry on top. Our team created masks as a way to help keep people safe and shifting some of our resources to assist during this time. Our masks are locally made and come with adjustable stoppers. It is a one size will fit most. Our masks are made from the excess fabric and prints from our waist bag and dashiki collections. They are reusable, and machine washable safe. Check out the link here to shop our masks. 

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