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Butan and Samurai collaborate

THE intersection of art, fashion, and craftsmanship has given rise to an exciting collaboration between contemporary artist Samurai Farai, premium streetwear label Butan, and the exquisite taste of KWV 3 Brandy.

Samurai Farai is known for his bold and dynamic artworks.

His work draws inspiration from the details of people in society, the happenings and nuances between human dynamics as well as the conversation of what occurs beneath the surface of all of us as people: emotionally, psychologically and spiritually. His signature style, characterised by powerful brushstrokes and vibrant hues, is now translated onto the canvas of streetwear, creating a wearable gallery that speaks volumes.

Butan, synonymous with cutting-edge street fashion, seamlessly integrates Samurai Farai’s artistic vision into their design ethos. The result is a collection that not only reflects the pulse of the streets but also pays homage to the rich cultural tapestry that inspires both collaborators.

Birthed from its desire to put the power back into the Bantu and create a movement of victorious cultural heroes, who’s struggle is not just for the equality of all humans but to pioneer street style in an all encompassing combination of heritage and current trend.

“KWV Brandy is a proud South African brand, which seeks to support and promote South African excellence. We have shown this through decades of producing internationally award winning brandy and now, through our partnership in the Butan and Samurai Farai,” says Alvin Saal, Brand Manager at KWV House of Brandy.

Image supplied (Contemporary artist Samurai Farai, is known for his bold and dynamic artworks).

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