We asked Manthe Ribane if she would like to design a Tee-shirt to celebrate the release of the 'Closer Apart' album, and she came back with a design that reflects her roots in Soweto, with a Tee-shirt that references the checked, block coloured style of early 80's Pantsula and Isbujwa dance styles as popularised by the Izikhothane with one half black and one half white. It also reflects Okzharp and Manthe too.
The T-Shirt was made in Portugal from high quality cotton, and the cut is crew neck, loose but not baggy, but with a slightly longer body than the average shirt.
Wear your normal size. They are gender neutral as you can see from the images.
There's a Okzharp and Manthe Logo on the right hand hem.
Take a look at the images below or check out the lookbook here.
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