New York-based streetwear brand Western Elders is back with a second offering for its “Harvest Festival” collection. The collection pays homage to Ghana’s Homowo Festival, which remembers the extreme hunger and famine that occurred in Ghanian history. Each year, the festival starts in August when new crops are planted before the rainy season begins.
The new offering comes complete with an Adowa Champion Reverse Weave hoodie in cream and a Mother of the Earth tee shirt in brown. The new pieces are complete with colorful graphic designs that pay homage to both Ghanian heritage and the continent of Africa. The last new addition is a classic cuff beanie in brown, green and black that features the brand’s signature logo. Rounding out the offering are staple graphic t-shirts that were first introduced in the fall of last year.
Ranging in price from $36 to $130 USD, Western Elder’s second drop of its “Harvest Festival” collection is available now on the brand’s website.
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