Live and Let Live

One of the first ‘off-colour’ patterns that was popular among the traditional Igbo people. Normally the Igbo prefer patterns in established colours such as the well-known red and ochre. By wearing this, young, well-educated women express their independence and let it be known that they are not slaves to tradition.

Also known as: Biri Kam Biri, Oniye (Plume d’Oiseaux)


Biri kam biri

This fabric is called "Lido". Do you know the story behind it?

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