Zébala Indigo Runner
Indigo dyed onto hand woven cotton, the Zébala Runner celebrates the long standing tradition of indigo dyed cotton for use in the home and the bodies of men and women. Large shaded blue dots, carefully laid black arrows and triangles nestle within this grid style design bolstering shades of blue. Named after one Malian artisan's home town, Zébala was designed in Mali and sourced and assembled in Ghana.
Slight imperfections may be present due to its hand made nature.
Created in small batches in our Fort Point Boston atelier using hand sourced textiles.
GOES WELL WITH
WRAP WITH SPIRIT
Being creative with head wraps is a beautiful way to express oneself and showcase personal style, while wrapping with spirit adds a deeper cultural and spiritual significance to the practice. Being creative with head wraps is a beautiful way to express oneself and showcase personal style, while wrapping with spirit adds a deeper cultural and spiritual significance to the practice.
There is power in words. Intentionally naming our products not only summons the spirit of our role models who fought for Black liberation, unity, and joy, but naming our products with our eyes on the Black experience sets the tone for the thoughts, feelings and livity we desire as children of the Diaspora.
Be it a protective style for hair loss thrivers, a fashionable accessory, or the perfect solution to a bad hair day; here at Tafari Wraps, we strive to uplift your spirit through our unique educational Wrapshop℠: The Art & Fashion of African Head Wrapping.
Since 2006, Chief Designer and Founder Imani McFarlane has been facilitating our Wrapshop℠, a hands-on workshop that explores the multi-faceted functions of head wrapping. From the artful manipulation of our wraps, to the spiritual relevance in practices such as Rastafari, participants will engage in soulful conversation to build an everlasting connection with a sacred tradition.
Endorsed by The American Cancer Society