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West African Wax Part 1

No, it’s not the African version of a Brazilian wax…. I am talking serious fabric, at Marche HLM (pronounced Marshay Achlemme)!  The fabric market in Dakar (wax is the term for this fabric with colorful prints). 347 more words

#iLoveYesu : Making a Powerful Statement.

This is the first t-shirt design from a series of upcoming religious statement t-shirt concepts that Twambale Apparel is set to release, #iLoveYesu incorporates quality print and African fabric. 51 more words


Handmade African Print Apple Necklace

Antique bronze finish necklaces with 25mm apple-shaped kitenge fabric setting and glass cabochon.

Each piece from the GUNURA Handmade Collection has been lovingly and meticulously crafted here in Kigali. 56 more words


What We Wore: Eid 2015 feat. My Main

Crop Top & Skirt- Made by Momma 😁

Headpiece- BooHoo

Clutch- Aldo

With Love From Ola 💋 xoxo


Matilda visits Cameroon

I love a good wax print. That’s the type of fabric usually associated with West Africa – bright, bold, huge patterns. Actually, they first found their way over to the world’s second largest continent via the Dutch – who themselves borrowed a printing technique from Indonesia to produce the patterns. 536 more words


The *insert swear word here* trousers

These trousers were nearly the end of me.

I unpicked the entire freaking things twice. This involved A LOT of swear words. Even more than usual. 283 more words