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      Monochrome Shawl

      $360
      Ships next day from NY

      Description

      Named by Design Indaba as the Most Beautiful Object in South Africa, Maxhosa's monochrome shawl is a ~10ft by 3ft (3 meters by 1 meter) fabric can be styled in myriads of ways. As a scarf. As a shawl. As a cape. As anything you want. Just let your creativity guide you. The monochrome pattern is quite distinct and can accent any outfit. Wear it out in a cool fall night or to a roof top happy hour.

      - Fabric:  80% Merino Wool 20% Mohair
      - Made in South Africa

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      About the Designer

      An agent for change, Laduma Ngxokolo is one of Africa’s finest knitwear designers and innovators. Pushing to move his Xhosa culture forward, Laduma set out to explore knitwear design solutions suitable for amakrwala initiates. Reinterpreting Xhosa traditions to dress up in new-dignified formal clothing for a six-month stint, Laduma created a modern take on traditional beadwork patterns, symbolisms, and colors inspired by his South African root’s initiation.

      DELIVERY & FREE RETURN

      Free Shipping on domestic orders. $25 shipping for international orders. Try your purchase for 30 days, and if doesn't work out, return it to us for free. Email us at hello@onychek.com if you need help during this process. Enjoy! For more info about our shipping policy, please see here.

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