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See Lululemon's Highbrow Collab With Ghanaian Brand Osei-Duro

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Lululemon Lab, the conceptual design arm of the famed yoga pant purveyor, has linked up with Ghana-based brand Osei-Duro on a collaboration. Osei-Duro is known for hand-done techniques traditional to the countries it produces in, including Ghana, Peru, and India, and aims to support local apparel industries and build sustainable manufacturing practices. For Lululemon Lab, the brand designed two exclusive hand-batiked prints, which are digitally printed on women's tights, bras, and bodysuits as well as men's tanks and shorts.

The collection launches next week, on Thursday July 16th at the Lab storefront in Vancouver, and the following day online at 'Til then, enjoy these arty lookbook shots in the gallery above.