Daykeyla, by designer Daykeyla McGee, promotes self love and positive body images. Daykeyla’s latest collection, Anansi, is inspired by the story-telling trickster god of the same name in the West African, Ashanti tradition. In one of these stories Anansi teaches two boys how to make kente cloth, a hand made, basket woven cloth of cotton or silk threads, which is used as a form of story-telling.
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