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Cultural Pride Is A Fashionable Asset

Cultural Pride Is A Fashionable Asset

| January 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Two beauty pageant winners set a tone for social cohesion as they display cultural fashions in the forefront during their humanitarian missions. Self pride is beneficial for individual self-esteem. In some cultures, showing pride is almost mandatory to illustrate one’s love and appreciation for community or a cause. In the world of pageantry, contestants are […]

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Healing through Cultural Fashion and Beauty

Healing through Cultural Fashion and Beauty

| January 5, 2014 | 51 Comments

This is a time of awakening for African-American self-preservation and beautification. And a natural hair care guru is leading by example… Isis Brantley of Dallas, Texas is a style influencer and the recent recipient of the “Nzuri 100 Carat Diamond Award” for pioneering natural hair care; and being a trailblazer for over 20 years in […]

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Links Models Agency Ghana

Links Models Agency Ghana

| August 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Model: Naomi Agency: Links Models Agency, Ghana Designers: (L-R) House of Eccentric Clothing, Henoc LePrince, Henoc LePrince, House of Eccentric Clothing,House of Eccentric Clothing AGStyleMore Posts – Website

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The Ultimate Ethnic Wedding Gowns

The Ultimate Ethnic Wedding Gowns

| June 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

The ultimate in African wedding gowns and ethnic bridal dresses was on display in New York City during the annual bridal showcase that is hosted by Circle of Sisters and WBLS Radio. The guest brides appeared to be in awe over the display of colorfully designed bridal gowns. One may think, once you’ve seen one […]

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TeKay Designs Launches Queen of the Brides Collection

TeKay Designs Launches Queen of the Brides Collection

| March 8, 2013 | 3 Comments

The majesty of African royalty starts with a gown fit for a queen …that sets the stage for a cultural theme. TeKay Designs Inc. announces the launch of Queen of The Brides gown collection during runway presentations in Houston and Dallas, Texas. The Houston based fashion design house specializes in unique bridal, formal-wear, ethnic fashions, […]

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Style Inspired by Wanderlust

Style Inspired by Wanderlust

| March 4, 2013 | 2 Comments

Many people dream of traveling to far away places, visiting exotic cities and partaking of cultural rituals. However,  for one Toronto based fashion designer, the next step from wolfing in wanderlust is to create the experience as a fashionable medium. Corinne Monique’s designs are inspired by elements of nature and cultures she has yet to […]

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Urban Masala Offers Metropolitan Style

Urban Masala Offers Metropolitan Style

| March 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

New York Fashion Week represents a melting pot of conceptual fashion ideas shared not only in a country of mixed cultures, but the city itself has profoundly mixed cultural roots. This is why the fashion line Urban Masala is so apropos for metropolitan markets such as New York. Urban Masala, represents the mix of cultures […]

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Fulani Handbags: Blending Travel and Culture with Art for Something Uniquely Beautiful

Fulani Handbags: Blending Travel and Culture with Art for Something Uniquely Beautiful

| February 3, 2013 | 100 Comments

   Souadou Barry always knew she wanted to design and create. Having grown up around the Arts, she was influenced in that way from a very early age. So it was no surprise when she decided to study architecture in France, and later in the US. However, the art in architecture would prove to take […]

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Tempestt Bledsoe Still Rocking It

Tempestt Bledsoe Still Rocking It

| January 8, 2013 | 2 Comments

From her days as Vanessa Huxtable on the beloved sitcom, The Cosby Show, Tempestt Bledsoe has surely come a long way, and I am personally happy to see that she’s still got it – both her acting ability and her style sense. Tempestt was recently on the Jimmy Fallon Show for a separate appearance which […]

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Yomi Adu Designs: Taking African Creativity to “Haute Couture”

Yomi Adu Designs: Taking African Creativity to “Haute Couture”

| December 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

When Yomi’s mother began using her daughter as a sort of human mannequin, she may or may not have known that she was creating a designer-in-the-making, but with time it became evident even if Yomi would only consider it a hobby for many years to come. However, there was no denying the intrinsic need Yomi […]

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