the ndiakhass (the mix), like in this african print midi skirt, originally the uniform of thrifty disciple of a religious figure was originally made of scraps of fabric that nobody wanted and would end up in the trash. the base fall had the idea of collecting those scraps and piecing them together to obtain a new fabric, used to make clothes. because of the mix of different strips they ended up being very colorful, too colorful for the taste of the most daring. somehow, over the years they started gaining in popularity with women adopting it to make skirts, tops and pants. if you’re really into be different’ and don’t mind a color clash that’s sure to get you noticed, you can adopt one. we have a midi ankara gather skirt with a version of the patchwork that you can have for a reasonable price.