Visola "longings after waterfalls"
In most west African cultures, water is seen as a powerful symbol of renewal and rejuvenation. When traditional purification rituals were performed it involved being washed or submerged in natural flowing waters such as rivers and waterfalls, as a way of symbolically washing away the past with all its impurities and negative energy. After the cleanse begins healing and spiritual growth. We see symbols of that on this print through the color pallet as well as the blue water drops symbolizing cleansing. These prints were to be worn for 7 days after a cleansing.
Frame Width: 150mm
Temple Length: 140mm
Lense Width: 50mm
Lense Height: 45mm
Bridge Width: 20mm
African wax print wrapped lenseless frames
Spot clean only.
The TANGLED REC are retro-inspired modern rectangular frames that give an edgy look. it features a wax print wrapped frame without lenses, thick reinforced arms and snag-free built-in nose pads.