Manufacturing model, Printex based mostly in Ghana, presents their Spring 2016 assortment of African textile designs titled – “A Duku Crown“. The gathering has been created for the African print lover who needs to point out off her type and attracts inspiration from the top wrap. In Ghana the wrap is known as a ‘duku’, which is similar to the West African ‘gele’.
The shoot exhibits the various methods the duku may be worn – to point out off the wearers temper, states the custom of the wearer, or typically to symbolize a time of loss. Regardless of the way you put on it, one factor is for positive – a lady’s ‘duku’ speaks volumes.
In response to the model
“We hope to encourage this and the subsequent era of African print lovers to embrace the duku and use it to prime off their boldest style statements.“
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Photograph Credit score
Images: Mamby Bayoh
Stylist: Adama Kai
Marketing campaign Design & Edit: Narh Ideas
Make-up: Sharon Dulo
Artistic Lead: Vickie Remoe
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