Adire – Locally Made, Globally Rocked

Locally made in the ancient town of Abeokuta, this indigenous fabric has commanded global appeal. From the former First Lady of USA – Michelle Obama, to popular Nigerian artiste – Adekunle Gold, Adire appeals to fashion lovers from all over the world.

Adire is commonly made by the people of Egbaland in Ogun State. “Adire” means “tie and dye”. A material designed with wax-resist methods that will produce patterned designs in a dazzling array of tints and hues.

Here’s a peek into how the fabric is made: Not a lot of video but a sneak peek into what goes on at the backend!

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