Today, it’s African designs! Our last edition on the African Fashion was basically the born beauty and respect Africa demands in our choice of outfits. And oh of course, it was totally brilliant. I definitely learnt one or two things and I bet this edition would be another load of fun, and you don’t want to miss out of the fun for even a second.
After last week’s edition, it occurred to me that we are indeed the beauty Africa radiates, and should showcase our native apparels more often than ever. I mean, we can’t turn English overnight and gulp their dress sense as our suitable style, right? Or what say you to that? And please, don’t tell me I am blabbing, because this is no joke at all.
Anyway, in the light of the above, we would like to spice up the African fashion by taking it to the top sixth sense. Just in case you are wondering what I mean, you are sure to find out as you travel down the road with me. So, enjoy the ride.
African Designs and Creativity
Isn’t it beautiful to sight tremendous African designs in the show biz of creativity? One can hardly escape the sight of the lots scattered abroad and around. The beauty of the apparels is in the creative set up of the personalities behind the scene. And today, we are showcasing explicit designs of African apparels speaking the mind of creativity in Africanism.
“Creativity is in the mind. It is inspired by life and what you see around you, it could be a mixture of suggestions, the texture of settings, magnificent combos and the like. It mustn’t necessarily be clothes, what matters; is that you can visualise a design in your mind’s eye and on some mannequin. The end effect is to make it and bring it open for people to see. The moment you get positive responses and likes from people, you know you have gotten a new drive for the African fashion market. For instance, Ankara made slippers started one day, then we thought of making slippers with Adire as well and it turned out beautiful. Presently, we are thinking of Christmas balls on an African Dress and we are sure they would be beautiful by the time we are done with the designs. We are also thinking of making slippers, shoes, bags with judge material, as well as making English like beads as ropes for ID cards, so it looks great when worn by people. All of these, boils down to one fact, creativity is simply playing around things to make something great. It is the arithmetical 1x1x1, which equals to 1. Our designs are basically made of Ankara, adire, lace, chiffon, cotton, etc. We also blend beautiful African designs with Jeans, linen and every other English fabric you can imagine. There is no limit to the measure of creativity implemented on apparels, if you know what you are doing. Besides, we believe the intriguing thing about fashion is being comfortable and confident with your looks.” An African fashion designer says
Whoa! What do you think of a suit like native dress? Or a jean trousers/skirt made with a mixture of African fabrics? Perhaps, you are yet to imagine Christmas balls on a dress to magnify its beauty. Well, whichever ways, it is called just two words; ‘African creativity’. Get creative with the African apparel today and rock your beauty world! I bet this would rub-off on you, if you were never an African fan. Life is simply the style of creativity, so is fashion. Try African designs. African designs are simply fabulous!