Toronto-based designer Spencer Badu has consistently challenged fashion norms, disrupting the industry with his distinctive, gender-neutral designs. Known for his progressive approach to contemporary fashion, Badu has garnered acclaim for his deconstructed silhouettes, experimental textures, and thought-provoking concepts. His designs reflect an intriguing blend of functionality and conceptualism, resonating with those seeking garments that transcend societal expectations.
The Coast chain is made up of custom geometric steel beads, genuine African turquoise stones, and real cowrie shells that evoke memories of the beaches of Africa. The removable Ghanaian adinkra symbol that translates to unity represents a place of warmth and friendship. The campaign photography for the Coast chain was shot by Isabel Okoro on location in Lagos (Nigeria), adding to the piece's cultural significance. Don't miss out on this unique and meaningful collaboration between two talented Toronto designers.