Nothing speaks “love” of your country more than carrying it on your back. For the love of your country, Soul’d
In a country where limitations are not only what you are told but you see them
For those out there who want to stand for where they belong. Where they come from. It is an actual movement. The love for the movement may be exaggerated because of the times we are in right now in Zimbabwe and all, also don’t get me wrong it is not an alternative to war regalia at all. It’s for making the simple yet impactful statements in the world
The brand run by Tadiwa Mashiri & Anesu Gwatizdo. These two artists took on the task of making a clothing item into a brand for us by us (all Zimbabwean). Young at heart, speaking to the young vibrant dreamers as well it is safe to say they have done it.
Just by looking at the aesthetically pleasing Instagram page you will be completely dazzled. I think to sum up all the praise,
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From my point of view the brand is all about empowerment and being proud of where you are from regardless of what other people say. We may have cases where people are ashamed to show the world that they are from Zimbabwe and some even going as far as hiding away in exaggerated accents. They say otherwise, they say put it on your back and carry it proudly. Not only that, show How proud you are, How beautiful the place where you come from is, How beautiful Zimbabwe is, How beautiful you are. And like Studio 263 theme would say show them “It is the place where you want to be”.
They’ve been making waves in the country and buzzing so many ears. Last year they hosted creative avenue in collaboration with ABC art movement which was a success as most of the merch they had to sell was sold out.
Diversification signals growth!. I appreciate the hustle in anyone. They keep the dream alive for others and these two lads are out breaking parameters.