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Afrinique Chic Mar 12
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Nduduzo Mgobhozi 5 Jan 18
2 years ago...The Return Of Queen Nandi!!! Where it all started (well it started before that but ke, this was the official start) .... heard you're looking for a traditional dress made...I could be your guy🤷🏽‍♂️🤷🏽‍♂️
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OPENLETR Jun 23
There isn't a woman, but rather THE woman present in each one of us, wanting to open up to the world, take charge, and claim her individuality. This is Peulh Vagabond's ethos. In an interview with Dyenaa, we discussed pursuing one's dream
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diakatop10 29 Mar 18
Loving my kimono by i look fly and i know it all the way from guinea
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By LadyBoss Apr 2
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DBN Fashion Fair Sep 19
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K.K. ULTIMATE CREATIONS Apr 7
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Eastern Cape Fashion & Design Council Apr 6
Multi award winning, globally recognized , Founder and Creative Director of ( via ) is one of the headliners at the luxury conference. count down ( 4 DAYS LEFT)
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K.K. ULTIMATE CREATIONS Apr 7
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Bee Aziallo Sep 4
Yes! The Keke bag is available now in ABIDJAN. RT and let the world know ❤️❤️ X collab with
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Luxe Edit May 7
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Rallinca News 27 Feb 18
Shout out to the Zambian designer Kapasa Musonda, her designs was chosen to dress the Queen and we all can agree,she was looking fierce and elegant .They were never ready ✨ Shine .
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Adaku Parker 22 Nov 17
How can you pick your favourite Michelle O outfit? There are just so many. I've settled on this piece for now. Designed by Duro Olowu, a Nigerian-born fashion designer.
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Joan Dellavalle May 25
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House of kaya Oct 22
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DBN Fashion Fair Sep 19
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BERNAN Feb 4
⭐️The Ebony Gown ⭐️ 🖤💛Simple Fit and flare long sleeve dress with high split detailed with a gold embroidered appliqué for couture definition. 🖤💛 Dress/Gown
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Victor Ekpuk 13 Feb 18
An Evening with Black Panther Costume Designer Ruth E. Carter. Big shout out to Nigeria. She incorporated nsibidi signs and Yoruba robes in her costume designs for Black Panther actors.
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J-Star Media 28 Mar 18
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Worx Group May 25
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