woke women wear headwraps, woke men do too;)
Isiko is a Zulu word for culture so Wrap Isiko means Wrap Culture. Wrap Isiko’s ultimate goal is for you to feel emboldened, empowered and royal in our head wear.
For the African, African American community and all present day descendants of enslaved people around the world, including my home Island of Jamaica, wearing a headwrap means reveling in an item that has withstood the test of time, much like ourselves.
Hello! Thank you for visiting my store. Head wraps are both stylish and convenient. Whether you're protecting your hair from the weather, going on a night out, or just on a shopping run, they are incredibly handy. I selectively choose fabric made in West Africa, America, Asia and India and hand make them into head wraps to crown you. I offer an array of choices, from solid colors to multi-colored prints, guaranteeing there is something for every girl. Let's face it, we women are diverse and I only hope to encourage you to embrace that diversity in your head wraps.
She goes by @simimoonlight on Instagram; writer, mental health advocate, social justice enforcer, among many other things. Wearing our sold out DARLING head wrap!
Qourtknee on Instagram shows you 4 ways to wrap!
The gorgeous @tasteoftyesha on Instagram wearing our HEY GURL head wrap in a dope bun!
She goes by @definelynatural on Instagram and Youtube. Wearing our staple denim head wrap LIGHT