Our AFFASO brand, ‘The House of African prints’, allows you to distinguish your personality. In this blog we’d like to share with you our story of where our shirts are made. VALUES Our choices are based on striving for excellent quality with sustainability. When sourcing, we search for recycled materials where possible, e.g. recycled polyester […]

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  • A new player on the fashion market, the Dutch brand AFFASO launches globally today!

    EXPRESS YOUSELF - Distinguish your personal identity with unique authentic creative styles. There is a new player on the men's fashion market: AFFASO - House of African Prints. The fashion brand is based in the Netherlands and the first exclusive collection of shirts is about to be launched on the webshop: www.affaso.com. For the global consumer who [...] Continue Reading

    Circle of Life Become a King of Style like the singer #Jeangu Mackrooy wearing our Mosaic Circle shirt performing in Dutch popular TV show DWDD. Singing Elton John’s ‘Circle of Life’ written for the famous movie and musical The Lion King. The wax print design (dated 1988) with it’s radiating overlapping circles symbolizes armour and […]

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    History AFFASO garments are created based on the heritage of wax prints. Originally Indonesian but fully embraced by and evolved to African fashion for decades. Iconic in its meaning, storytelling and individual expression; exactly therefore reason for AFFASO to bring them to live in shirts. Digitally printed on superb cotton with luxurious feel and fit. […]

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    House of African prints AFFASO is the place to distinguish your personal identity.  Based on the heritage of wax prints originally indonesian but nowadays fully embraced by and evolved to african fashion. Iconic in its meaning , storytelling and individual expression. These are the values today's global fashion is in need of and which Affaso [...] Continue Reading

    Communication through cloth Wax print fabrics are associated with African culture because of their tribal patterns and motifs. Each design and colour can reflect local traditions and symbols such as the tribal, marriage and social status of the wearer.Textile around the world have always offered a means of communicating the most subtle and complex of […]

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