Daishiki / Clothing

In the 60s, Daishiki emerged onto the black fashion scene as a way to rebel and protest under the 'black is beautiful' movement. The colorful tops are great for hot summer months and the colorful design works for men, women and children. From the traditional Daishiki to African print pants and fabrics, these clothes feel great, are comfortable to wear and invoke pride. Wearing them also brings to mind special meaning behind the cloth and traditional use of the colors, shapes and symbols.