How did Vlisco, a Dutch company become the dominant manufacturer of African prints demestically and abraod? Vlisco Group, a multimillion dollar African fashion brand spanning four subsidiaries, (Vlisco Netherlands B.V., Woodin, Uniwax and GTP) has for the past century and half sold it’s colorful fabrics in West and Central Africa. Often referred to as “Wax Holandais” or “Real Dutch Wax”, it’s authentic designs have come to symbolise authentic African sophistication and style in the modern age. The relationship between Vlisco and the continent dates back to as far as 1846 when it’s signature fabrics, made using a 21 stage process involving wax based batik technique quickily found popularity in Africa………..
Fashion GHANA has found it appropraite to create a pattern which represents the fashion brand, for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy yourself as you look at it closely! You’ll realise that the designs are trending and fashionable. Depending on what you want as a designer or a client, you can just get it and enrich your love for African fashion.