The strip-woven cloth called kente, made by the Asante peoples of Ghana and the Ewe peoples of Ghana and Togo, is the best known of all African textiles and remains one of the most admired fabrics in the world. Kente has its origins in the former Gold Coast of West Africa as festive dresses for special occasions...traditionally worn by men as a kind of toga and by women as an upper and lower wrapper.
This Is What We Call A Bow Tie Woven From History!
What makes every Kente special is that every single Kente bow tie designed comes out looking different than each other. Yes You Will Be The Only One In The World With That Design!...
Due to the result of the unique kente bow tie design, every kente bow tie produced will have a slightly different pattern from the picture, but same colour schemes.