Our Story

"Inspired by Heritage, Empowering through Fashion - The Edowayes Story"

Meet Edowaye, an extraordinary woman who defied all odds and carved her path to success despite life's challenges. The remarkable journey of this resilient soul serves as the bedrock of our brand, Edowayes. With unwavering determination and a profound sense of wisdom, she rose to prominence after raising eight children single- handedly, fueled by her innate business acumen.

Her love for education and passion for fashion intertwined seamlessly, inspiring us to establish Edowayes - a tribute to her legacy and a celebration of authentic African prints clothing. Drawing from the rich tapestry of African culture, we seek to make a difference through fashion, empowering you to wear your roots with pride.

At Edowayes, we embrace the vibrant and diverse African-inspired designs, carefully sourced from local artisans in Africa. Our fabrics tell stories of tradition and heritage, each thread a testament to the continent's beauty. By adorning your wardrobe with our unique creations, you become part of a greater cause. Profits generated from every purchase go towards supporting teacher training programs across Africa, paving the way for a brighter future through education.

We take immense pride in sourcing our fabrics from open markets, respecting the traditional craftsmanship that has been honed over generations. Our clothes are handcrafted with love and care, showcasing the expertise of local artisans and celebrating their artistry.

Join us in this journey to make a positive impact as you dress for good. Help us share Edowayes' story and mission by spreading the word and connecting with us on our social media platforms. Together, we can foster change through fashion, one outfit at a time.

Discover the beauty of African culture and support a cause with every step you take. Welcome to Edowayes, where heritage meets style and fashion meets inspiration, Lets celebrate the essence of Africa together. @edowayes

 
Sophia Ovonlen, Founder My inspirational grandma circa 1970