A weave of patterns, flowing fabric and colour. A mysterious woman demands our attention, strutting in peacock-like parade. She walks, back and forth waving a vibrant piece of cloth, like a flag over newly-reclaimed territories.

Graphically echoed in kaleidoscopic multitudes, a narrator praises the woven orator that clothes our bodies, and speaks for us, before we arrive. Clothing has played the silent role that defines how the world has seen us, for centuries.

Fabric; recreated, redefined and re-inhabited as modern African Fashion (re)iterates secrets untold.

This is, Mtindo.

Mtindo is a celebration of the vibrancy of movement, the ebb and flow of modern African grace, a cohesion with the beauty of pattern making.