The Slowpoke: YEVU   Sometimes we need a dash of ethically-produced, bright, colourful and happy clothing in our wardrobes. Even better when it comes in the form of so perfectly mismatched patterns. In its second year, Yevu is a clothing line made ethically by local seamstresses in Ghana, and of local fabrics. Having spent 12 months living and working in Accra, the capital city of Ghana, the name and greeting ‘yevu’ – meaning ‘white woman’ followed Anna Robertson, director of Yevu,
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