ANKARA STYLES PHOTO BOOK OFFERING A WARM TAKE ON MILLENNIAL FASHION

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The African print fabric depicts the African Pedigree. This depiction is one of the reasons why we, the people of Gods own continent find it attractive. With each stroke, each shape, each animal drawn out there is a story, whether it’s about the richness of our land or our belief. This knowledge is why pioneer African designers made it a point to sell the continent through the fabric; most of them offering a warm and elegant take and making the traditional print much more accessible to the general populace.

The Ankara which was once a project was put together to make African women believe in the richness of the continent and to show the world the confidence and adaptability of both the people and their style. The Ankara print’s were showcased on runways and other fashion shows, put on models and on display. Today the hard work as finally paid off, although the Ankara agenda is being appropriated by some, these pioneers are the reasons why we have this Ankara styles photo book.

This Ankara styles photo book is a showcase of some of the latest and current trending Ankara styles that we’ve seen many millennial wearing. This Ankara pieces and the way they’ve been styled suggest a warmness towards the print. To find out more, keep reading…


ANKARA STYLES | PHOTO BOOK


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You’ve seen through this Ankara styles photo book that the use of the print fabric is a tad more fascinating than the last 5 years. This of cause is an achievement as we get to enjoy the use of the print more than before.

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