Children of the Discordance introduces a new collection designed for the Fall/Winter 2021 season made in collaboration with FACE.A-J. FACE.A-J stands for Fashion and Culture Exchange Africa Japan and it was founded by Awa'tori. The purpose of the seasonal collection is a part of the fashion label's efforts to create apparel in conjunction with underserved communities.
The new capsule delivers a wide range of heavily patterned apparel that is made from special African fabrication paired together with a plethora of upcycled textiles and vintage garments. FACE.A-J “aims to contribute to peace and advancement in both Africa and Japan,” according to its statement, “bridg[ing] the gap between both creative markets, and foster[ing] economic and cultural development.”
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