The dashiki is a colorful garment worn mostly in West Africa. It is called Kitenge in East Africa and has been a dominant wear in Tanzania and later Kenya and Somalia.
Which country does not wear clothes?
Korowai Tribe, also known as called the Kolufo, of Papua New Guinea don’t wear clothes or koteka (a penis gourd/cover). The men in of the tribe hide their private parts with leaves and are arch hunters!
Why is the dashiki important?
For many people, the dashiki represents a deep cultural connection with the African continent and a joint declaration of pride for our roots. Ironically, it should be noted that a majority of dashiki-style shirts that are sold on the market today are primarily made in Asia.