Da Viva is a brand for the fashion lover, blending cutting edge designs with the vibrant colours associated with traditional African fabrics
Having an in-house design team allows Da Viva to take inspiration from around the world to create an ever changing array of patterns using shapes and colours on a range 100% cotton fabrics with a variety of textures. With this wide range of looks the fashion conscious can create their individual style.
For those who need an outfit but without the time to have it tailored Da Viva now stocks a wide range of prêt-â-porter garments including T-shirts for men and women, men’s shirts and a wide variety of ladies garments for all occasions created by designers for Da Viva.
Da Viva is much more than a fabric it is a lifestyle concept
DA VIVA fabrics contain a diversity of themes, colors and designs inspired by the purest traditions from around the world.
DA VIVA is a collection of pure cotton, celebrating with their colors the beauties of life.
Our highly skilled artists, produce some wonderfull designs that hug the proud curves graceful shapes of Africa.
With more than 30 shops in Africa, DA VIVA met with great success due to the exclusive quality of our design.
In constant progression, DA VIVA is now much more than just a fabric , DA VIVA is a celebration of the beauty in all its diversity.
With DA VIVA Africa has its own fabric, a hymn to beauty, to life.
DA VIVA, LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL.
WE SUPPORT AND BELIEVE IN FASHION MADE IN AFRICA
Da Viva continues to pursue its ambition to drive African Fashion on a global scale.
Through our collaborations and support for major fashion events and initiatives including African Fashion Week Nigeria/London, Kinabuti and FADAN we have reinforced our commitment to develop the huge potential of Africa’s fashion industry.
We continue to build our portfolio of strong African fashion brands, to work with both established and up-coming fashion designers and to develop our business through a value network that follows each step of the fashion journey from cotton grown in West Africa through to the high fashion garments presented on the runways and catwalks of Africa and beyond