Fashion

Houston’s Onyii Brown Is Making African Fashion Modern

The first image on the online home of Onyii & Co. is of a woman resplendent in a vibrant halter dress, the patterned fabric a swirl of pinks, yellows and blues. Seeing it, it’s hard to believe that three years ago Onyii Brown, its designer, was a corporate real estate broker who wore the corporate uniform of sedate black suits. ...

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Latest ankara and kente styles

The rate at which fashion trend is going, I don’t think you want to be left behind. As a fashion lover, we just can’t imagine you missing this too glam to give a damn Kente and Ankara Fashion styles. Leave It to Nigerian Fashionistas to make Ankara Print Styles Look Stunning. The Ankara Prints are one fabric you can never ...

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Maiden Women’s Lifestyle Expo Ghana on Oct. 9 – 10

TRUTH Marketing Communications, an emerging marketing communications and events management company in partnership with African Women’s Entrepreneurship Program (AWEP ) will host its maiden edition of the Women’s Lifestyle Expo Ghana. A fun-filled event specially tailored to bring together businesses and individuals who market products and services targeted at women on a common platform from the 9 – 10 October ...

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22 Amazing Photos From Ghana Ewe Kente Festival 2015 You Need To See

Clear blue skies and beautiful green pastures is the perfect setting for a festival. With that said, the 2015 Ewe Kente Festival just passed and if you missed out, don’t worry! The celebration of the popular Ghanaian hand woven cloth took place between the 6th-13th of September at Agotime Kpetoe in the Volta region of Ghana.   The pictures show clearly ...

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Photos Of Ghana In The Seventies That Will Make You Want To Time Travel

1. How the ladies used to roll, circa 1970 2. A couple dancing in a living room in Accra, Ghana circa 1970s by James Barnor 3. Nigerian legendary musician Fela in Accra. 4. Couple arguing, 1960 by Marc Riboud 5. Ladies in African print @ Horse racing 1961. Picture by Magnum 6. 28th February 1966: Policemen monitoring a crowd in ...

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In fashion ‘agbada’ is not solely for men

Am sure we all know the Agbada styles used to be a traditional outfit for a typical Yoruba man, but later became an attire loved by all. Agbada is a long, flowing robe with wide sleeves often decorated with embroidery and worn by mostly Yoruba men of the Southwestern Nigeria and the Republic of Benin, West Africa. Yes, this rich ...

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Strictly for the guys: The socks game, get it on!

What do we mean by the term “The Socks Game”?? Well, the Socks game is a new fashion trend that is seemingly picking up massive speed amongst guys in their early twenties to mid-fifties. It basically involves dressing all classy, which is wearing an ankle length straight or pencil trouser, a shirt mostly long sleeves, flying tie mostly of a ...

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Here’s What The Colors Of A Kente Cloth Actually Mean

Kente (“KEN-tay”) is one of the most famous cloths from Africa – Ghana to be exact! One of the most sumptuously colored textiles used for clothing is the Ghanaian kente cloth, made by Asante and Ewe weavers using specially designed looms. Kente was probably introduced from the western Sudan during the 16th century, when heavy, elaborate, labor-intensive versions of this ...

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Miss Africa Fashion & Cultural show lives up to expectation

The fashion and cultural show was also a knockout stage where only 15 finalists were plucked from 41 contestants to take part in the finale of Miss Africa Botswana on November 6, at the Gaborone International Convention Centre (GICC). The finalists competed on the state of the art ramp. The models did catwalks and talent displays such as dance, poetry ...

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Miss Ghana 2015

The past two weeks have seen Miss Ghana 2015 audition team tour Ghana searching for beautiful and talented ladies to represent Ghana at Miss World 2015. The search train, which had its first two stops at Takoradi and Tamale, selected four and three ladies respectively from both regions. The journey to select the final batch of ladies to join the ...

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