Stories

Cloth as Currency // Osei-Duro Residency Kenturah Davis is an artist working between Los Angeles, New Haven, and Accra (Ghana). Her work oscillates between various...

Shot on location in Cape Town, we introduce our Fall/Winter 2018 collection.

Chale Wote is a street art festival that takes place in Jamestown, Accra every year. Since we first came to Ghana ten years ago, it...

Ria Boss is busy. The soulful Accra-based musician is midway through an impressive endeavor to release an EP every week for several months, a project...

More

Osei-Duro AW18 Menswear, shot on location in Accra, Ghana. Photography: Sam Plouff. Model: Manuel Nii...

More

A former geologist, artist Gale Madyun shows us what a life of retirement full of grace and joy looks like. All photos by...

More

Jenn Witte and Isa-Kae Meksin are neighbors living in Los Angeles. They share food, articles, books, hand-me-downs, and free things found...

More

Members of an LA art family, Jasmine and Lita are a dancer and an installation artist respectively. Here Jasmine takes us...

More

Q and A with photographer and director Zen Sekizawa and her punk rock mother Nancy Sekizawa. All photos by Sarah Soquel...

More

Power couple Essence Hardeen and Jihaari Terry tell us what's up. All photos by Sarah Soquel Morhaim.
More

An old friend of Molly's, here's M. Page Greene in their own words. All photos by Sarah Soquel Morhaim. ...

More

Marie Humbert is a Ghanaian / Swiss actress based in Accra, Ghana, who has been featured in award winning TV shows.

More

Another Osei-Duro Wedding! It's been quite a year for weddings for us. This past weekend, our manager extraordinaire Martha Yurobo married her fiance, teacher Stephen...

More

In June of this year Osei-Duro celebrated the marriage of one of its two cofounders. Molly Keogh and Ghanaian stylist Daniel Quist were wed in...

More

The CHALE WOTE Street Art Festival is an alternative platform that brings art, music, dance and performance out of the galleries and onto the...

More

Did you know that at Osei-Duro we save all our fabric leftover from production? Our textiles involve so much hand work that we've found it...

More

MaameYaa Boafo plays the main character in the acclaimed series An African City. Her character Nana Yaa wears Osei-Duro throughout. We caught up in the...

More

Nana Oforiatta-Ayim is having a moment, and Accra is having it right along with her. The opening of a large new gallery space for her...

More

Lost-wax brass casting was developed by the Asante people in Ghana to make objects for gold transactions, such as weights and canisters. Like their forefathers,...

More

Many of Osei-Duro's hand dyed prints are made using the batik technique. Batik is a technique of wax-resist dyeing that originated from Indonesia, and came...

More

Osei-Duro co-founder Maryanne Mathias travels to Ethiopia to check out the culture, textiles, history, and of course the coffee. Here she shares her photos from the trip, commenting "I have...

More

We are passionate about moving towards using as many botanical dyes as we can, so for SS17 we've developed a pale pink color using onion...

More

The quickening of spring Love is come again Like wheat that springeth green Photos: Lieke Romeijn Model: Anoek      

More

Allison Schulnik's phantasmagorical characters drip their way across paintings, film, sculpture, even cupcakes if you are lucky enough to make it to her Halloween party....

More

Francis Kokoroko is a collaborator, good friend, and photographer based in Accra. Francis was behind the camera at our House Party shoot, and many of...

More

We catch up with longtime Osei-Duro friend and LA artist Anna Sew Hoy at home to find out about her work, her ethics, and her...

More

We created a line of batiked and screen printed T shirts, procured from the thrift market in Accra.   

More

Cloth as Currency // Osei-Duro Residency Kenturah Davis is an artist working between Los Angeles, New Haven, and Accra (Ghana). Her work oscillates between various...

More

Shot on location in Cape Town, we introduce our Fall/Winter 2018 collection.

More

Chale Wote is a street art festival that takes place in Jamestown, Accra every year. Since we first came to Ghana ten years ago, it...

More

Free Shipping on all orders over $200.00
×
Close