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Redefining Afro Chic In Interior Design

If you could choose any profession other than what you currently have, what would it be? If I weren’t an economist and a wanna-be documentary filmmaker, photographer, chocolate-maker and writer (yes, all combined), I’d probably choose architecture or interior design. 168 more words

Arts, Places And Culture

Circle Skirt: The remake

I finally got the full skirt I wanted! Whoop, whoop!!

Ironically, it is as a result of the mistake I made with the circle skirt here 320 more words

African Fabric

Another pair of pants!

This pair of pants is one of those things that just happened unplanned.

One minute I was tidying up my work space, and the next thing I knew, I was free hand cutting a pair of pants. 343 more words

African Fabric

Ankara Fashion 

Hey Bombshells,

I was originally born in the goldcoast of Ghana. Part of my culture revolves arounds African fabric (Ankara). Ankara Fabric commonly known as “African Prints” or “Holland Wax” is a 100% cotton fabric with vibrant patterns. 69 more words


To burn, or not to burn?

It has been forever and a day!

Somehow, with my relocation and numerous travels, I have had little motivation to sew or blog.  Hopefully, this will get me focused again…hopefully. 260 more words

African Fabric

Photo de la Semaine: Week 6

Asalaa Maalekum, everyone! Did you know? Senegal is famous for it’s abundance of African wax print fabric. It’s called ‘wax’ because of the waxy texture, which is more or less shiny/stiff depending on the quality. 646 more words


Designer Spotlight: AIMEEKU

Designer Spotlight:

Though it may be called African fashion, it is a phenomenon that has gone past boarders and crossed oceans. Designers around the world have taken a liking to wax fabrics and used their skill to create designs that have been worn by celebrities the world over. 99 more words

African Fabric