Loc’d Love Capsule

  • Ruby Embellished Deconstructed Tassel Gown
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    $395.00
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  • SunRay Earrings
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    $55.00
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  • Ruby Embellished Deconstructed Tassel Skirt
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    $275.00
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  • Brass Cowrie Choker
    Materials: Recycled Solid Brass  According to the African legends, the cowrie shells represent the goddess protection and is connected with the strength and power of the Ocean. Due to this, the cowrie shells are also been recognized as prosperity. Even more, these shells also symbolize the power of density. Our Cowrie Shell Choker is handcrafted in Nairobi, Kenya using recycled solid brass and is available in a cuff or ring.
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  • Wearable Art

  • Designed in NOLA
  • odCouture

  • Handcrafted in Kenya & Ghana
  • Materials

  • Sustainably sourced through local African Artisans
  • Leather & Hides

  • Produced from animal byproducts
  • Inclusive Designs

  • African inspired but made for Global Citizens
  • Black Owned

  • Representation In Luxury Matters

Wearable Art

Designed in NOLA

odCouture

Handcrafted in Kenya & Ghana

Materials

Sustainably sourced through local African Artisans

Leather & Hides

Produced from animal byproducts

Inclusive Designs

African inspired but made for Global Citizens

Black Owned

Representation In Luxury Matters

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“This soul celebrates cultural, traditional, racial, and gender differences.”

”In celebrating these, rather than oppressing them, cultural appropriation has no platform” 

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US
839 Chartres Street
New Orleans, LA 70116

+1 (504) 460-5730
inquiries@odaomo.com

Sun.-Sat. 12pm-5pm

Kenya
The Village Market
New Wing/Level 1
Nairobi

+254 714 235863
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Sunday, 11-6

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