« Building bridges, talking about sisterhood»

Women throughout the world have been working for years, sometimes generations, to polish their techniques. Through their work, they showcase their cultural heritage and revive traditional know-how otherwise bound to disappear.

Whether they evolve in the industries of fashion, fabric or clothing enhancement, we are fascinated with their meticulousness.

At Niango, we find it important to collaborate with skilled female artisans and communities of women by incorporating their work in our collections. This is coherent with our desire to promote women entrepreneurship and expertise, and to contribute to the empowerment of women artisans around the world.

For our « Authentic » collection, we’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with representatives of Assamane, an association based in Thiès, Senegal, who created beautiful batiks and tie dyes with Johanna Bramble, a textile designer whose refined weaving embellish our clothes.

For more information about Johanna Bramble and Assamane :

Johanna Bramble is an artist and textile designer living in Dakar for more than 10 years. Attracted by Senegal's textile [...]

ASSAMANE - The CEEDD 2005 : The CEEDD (Centre d’Ecoute et d’Encadrement pour un Développement Durable) is created in Thiès, [...]

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