KORLEKIE x BLACK GIRL KNIT CLUB We’re excited to announce our latest social collaboration with Black Girl Knit Club (BGKC). Black Girl Knit Club is a knitwear collective based in East London started by friends Sicgmone & Vea. BGKC was created in January 2019 after Sicgmone & Vea realised that there wasn’t a safe space…Details
NUBUKE FOUNDATION x KORLEKIE In pioneering our heritage, KORLEKIE worked with the Nubuke Foundation, Ghana in cultivating the visual art and culture of Ghana through traditional heritage textile techniques such as kente weaving. Kente is one of the traditional fabrics of Ghana, weaved by artisans who have specially schooled in the art of the heritage…Details
The Future’s Bright The Future’s Orange Digital Heritage craft and digital technology aren’t always topics that you would think work together, yet, when you look closely at the origins of digital, you find that it could not have existed without the defining legacy that heritage craft has had specifically on our fashion industry. From innovations…Details
Fabric of Time: Weaving Through the History of Knitwear Like many major developments in fashion, knitwear boasts quite the history. Today, it is rightfully considered one of the more prominent sources of inspired design. Just as well, it’s also handcrafted knitwear that carries a reputation for painstaking work. At Korlekie, we can certainly attest to…Details
Though Valentine’s Day is behind us, we are always thinking about how we see love. Sure, the pageantry of celebrating one’s love can be reaffirming and even heartwarming. With that being said, what of real love? In fact, what even is ‘real love’? Though we are constantly adding to what we know about love and…Details
It’s a brand new year, and you might be about a week of persistence away from calling it quits on at least one resolution. It might be a workout you’re struggling to get up for. Maybe you just can’t bring yourself to say no to cookies again. Perhaps there’s a big project you wanted to…Details
As part of our design process, we are always looking for new materials and creations to enhance our designs.
What do you get when you merge one of Nigeria’s top artists with an emerging British-Ghanaian designer who works with knitwear? An explosion of fierceness in unique form that sets minds ablaze to the arising opportunities of a type of fabrication many may have dismissed as non “occasional”. “Korlekie products are built on principles of modernisation of traditional…Details