Maawura Totoe

FLO London The Shop

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London, London, United Kingdom
Pop Up Girl since 28 July 2021

FLO London The Shop consists of a selection of homeware items and accessories made from Ghana wax print fabrics – including tote bags, aprons, napkins, notebooks, bucket hats and scrunchies.  As a British-born Ghanaian, FLO London The Shop is a combination of my love of the London lifestyle and the spirit of Ghana and its culture. Through merging these two passions, she developed this curated collection of lifestyle products made from Ghana wax print fabrics. FLO London The Shop’s 2021 collection is dedicated to the Ahwenepa Nkasa fabric, offering a selection of classic, yet unique designs with some products also being reversible. Handmade in Ghana, these pieces have been designed with durability and sustainability close in mind; these will be items that you can use time and time again. Each subsequent collection will feature a different Ghanaian wax print fabric. Fabrics in Ghana have proverbial meanings. The fabric that we have used for this first collection - Ahwenepa Nkasa, means ‘good waist beads do not make noise’. This is a common proverb among Ghanaians which implies you should let your deeds or character speak for you.

 

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A collection of lifestyle products made from Ghana wax print fabrics.

Founded by Maawura Totoe, a British-born Ghanaian, FLO London The Shop is a combination of her love of the London lifestyle and the spirit of Ghana and its culture. Through merging these two passions, she developed this curated collection of lifestyle products made from Ghana wax print fabrics.

FLO London The Shop’s 2021 collection is dedicated to the Ahwenepa Nkasa fabric, offering a selection of classic, yet unique designs with some products also being reversible. Handmade in Ghana, these pieces have been designed with durability and sustainability close in mind; these will be items that you can use time and time again. Each subsequent collection will feature a different Ghanaian wax print fabric.

Fabrics in Ghana have proverbial meanings. The fabric that we have used for this first collection - Ahwenepa Nkasa, means ‘good waist beads do not make noise’. This is a common proverb among Ghanaians which implies you should let your deeds or character speak for you.

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