After a string of hugely successful Sydney pop-ups (the first sold out in a week), cool-kid label YEVU is bringing its markedly vibrant styles to London. Its September collection will be debuted in the British city next Thursday; showcasing the riotous tribal prints the label is known for.

While cuts remain minimal, the latest collection is anything but, with each style available in a variety of the label’s vivid and detailed prints.

As with all things YEVU, the September offering was designed and ethically produced in Ghana in collaboration with local seamstresses and tailors. The contemporary series of skirts, bombers and button-ups is made entirely using wax prints and hand-woven kente handpicked from West African markets.

For all us non-Londoners, we can get our hands on the YEVU latest when it drops online in late October. Until then, you can eyeball the bold looks above.

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