Ending Black History Month on a high note, Clyde Lourdez drops their Adinkra varsity jacket collection. The owner/designer Jacquez Joseph, unveiled the new design introducing the lightweight jacket that comes in Black/White and Black/Dark Gray colorways. The south Florida designer was inspired by the historical African Adinkra symbols from the Ashanti tribe and the Bono people of Gyaman.

The price point starts with men’s at $179.99 and women’s starting at $169.99. Both jackets feature a chenille CL logo on the front left chest, elastic striped ribbed trims, and snap button front closure. The jackets also have a premium satin exterior and quilted satin interior. The brand’s Black History Month campaign goes beyond the designs and captures socially conscious inspired photography that can be seen here.

Founded in 2019, Clyde Lourdez’s number one goal is to pack the most comfort possible in classic staple pieces made with the right blends of fabric. The Haitian owner coined the term “com*for*ture” – couture made for comfort, to best describe their unique designs.

Photo Credits: Clyde Lourdez