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MARIAMA FASHION PRODUCTION
We used a traditional African batik hand printed on a wax resist cloth for Ulla Johnson. For this collection, we worked with koffi to create the art stamps and Renee to make the prints. The inspiration to create this fabrics derived from a strip of a vintage bogolan/mud fabric that is a native of West Africa. Once Mariama got the fabric sample and direction from Ullah Johnson's team, she worked on its development. At MARIAMA FASHION PRODUCTION, we work as a team; closely with both our artisans and clients for great results. We are happy to see brands and consumers wearing the results of our craft and we thank our clients for collaborating with us. The entire textiles production was done in Cote D'Ivoire.
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