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We design prints for women who love garments that are a powerful reflection of their personality.

 

MoyoMoyo is about bold rather than bling. Our print designs are unique and highly expressive. Our incredible prints are designed exclusively for our collections, in collaboration with artists and artisans from indigenous communities around the world.


Every design includes unique elements inspired directly by their cultural heritage. And that means that every item is a unique piece of wearable art!

The GHANA PINK Collection

Developed in collaboration with Ghanaian artist Nana Opoku, this collection is a vibrant celebration of the traditional Kente weaving technique synonymous with Ghanaian culture.


A portion of profits from every sale in this collection is donated to the Wa School for the Blind in Ghana.

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The GHANA BLUE Collection

The Adinkra symbols of Ghana, West Africa, are the inspiration for this collection. This print includes both the “Nkonsonkonson" and “Pempansie” symbols, which signify togetherness, community, and the power that derives from each of these.


A portion of profits from every sale in this collection is donated to the Wa School for the Blind in Ghana.

The GHANA WHITE Collection

The Andinkra symbol used in this print is called the "Funtunfunefu Denkyemfunefu". It stresses the importance of democracy and cooperation in all as aspects of life. It encourages inclusiveness, cultural tolerance and naturally discourages discrimination.


A portion of profits from every sale in this collection is donated to the Wa School for the Blind in Ghana.

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The NEPAL TEAL Collection

The use of beautiful weaving techniques are a powerful part of Nepalese cultural tradition. Inspired by this intricate artisanal work, this collection is a bold and modern interpretation of the geometric weaving style.

A portion of profits from every sale in this collection is donated to the Maila village healthcare project in Nepal.

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