For the Fall/Winter 2021 season, NY-based streetwear brand Western Elders has produced a concise-yet-striking “Harvest Festival” apparel collection. In this newest range, the imprint’s founder Jamal Braimah shines a spotlight on the Homowo Festival, an annual celebration for the people of Ghana that honors the day that its ancestors claimed victory over hunger.
The new batch of products features a trio of new tees and a cap, all of which bear Western Elders branding. Leading the way for this assortment is the yellow long-sleeve which comes decorated with an oversized black and white image of a tribal dancer on the chest along with a bold red Western Elders Harvest Festival spell out underneath. The other two tees in this capsule are short-sleeved and come in black and white colorways, both of which are printed with a the brand’s signature logo in the middle in red, green and yellow. The black hat is the final offering in this drop and it is fashioned with “Western Elders” embroidery and the silhouette of continent of Africa.
Peep a closer look at each piece here above and note that the entire collection is available now via Western Elders. Prices range from $45-52 USD.
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Elsewhere in fashion, Levi’s and Atelier Reservé have announced a genderless collection for FW21.