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Vlisco’s Gallery of Poems

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Once upon a time, Vlisco created a mysterious new fabric collection called ‘Gallery of Poems’. Dreams wander, floating into your own fairyland. Step into a new world and view the designs as objects of inspiration. Some designs will magically transform into a piece of art, adding a romantic touch to the poetic drama, while others illustrate a surrealistic passing of time. The decorative collection is intensified by a flamboyant colour palette. ‘Gallery of Poems’ makes you feel like a fairytale beauty.

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  1. Doris Kane

    December 9, 2010 at 2:55 pm

    What’s with a skinny model…modelling African attire. I thought you guys were on our side, this lady has bones instead of curves. I don’t think I can support you now.

  2. Mankaa

    December 13, 2010 at 8:43 am

    Fabulous cuture. Number 2 and 4 on the right are exquisite.
    More curves to a limit.

  3. Jamal

    January 6, 2011 at 10:14 pm

    Doris, not for anything the people main employees at Vlisco aren’t black and there are also a lot of African women who are slender.

    Either way I absolutely love the collection thanks for sharing!

  4. Annie Moonwalker

    February 11, 2011 at 11:30 am

    I love your attires, very creative, African dresses, love the prints wow!!!! hot presentation Halelluja!!!!
    But , whats up with this model?, get her to eat Africn dishes, God!!!
    Thought we were going places, not with those skinny legs, if this is the marketing strategie mmmmmmhhhh!!!!!
    Please get some curves on those dresses, let the African body sell your beautifull collection, this is like making Peppe suppe without pepper……
    Paint Africa with its true colours, a true African beauty has curves, when she moves her ‘pots’ move from left to right and our African men looooooove to see this.
    Skiinnny shouts ‘hunger’ be real …….

  5. KIKI

    March 8, 2011 at 11:49 pm

    All is sense is jealousy from fat readers. Please let the beautiful model be. Go hit the threadmill and her legs are lovely. And those outfits, the wow me

  6. KIKI

    March 8, 2011 at 11:50 pm

    All I is sense is jealousy from fat readers. Please let the beautiful model be. Go hit the threadmill and her legs are lovely. And those outfits, theY wow me

  7. Muzach

    April 24, 2011 at 5:46 pm

    Love the dresses and fabric, love the model. African women come in all shapes and sizes, and some clothes look better on some shapes and not all. If people want the designer to make clothes for curvy woman just say so, but don’t bash another beautiful black model to make yourself feel better about what you don’t have.

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The Looks That Afronized The Black Panther Hollywood Movie Premiere

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Hollywood was Afronized last night at the Black Panther Movie Premiere. Now let’s be honest, we were a little disappointed when some of the Actors showed up in their typical Western gear. I know we should not take these things personal but we did. They could have Afronized even a little bit you know. Take Jamie Foxx for example, he wore a Wakanda T-Shirt, we think that counts … ok it is not perfect but at least he tried.

All was not lost of course. Our disappointment was all but forgotten when we saw the damsels of the evening. Lupita Nyong’o and Angela Bassett set the tone and just had us gushing at how they maintained a very contemporary Afronista vibe. The men did not disappoint either. So we have compiled our favorite Afronized looks from the Purple Carpet.

Black Panther Purple Carpet

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Forest Whitaker as Zuri, Daniel Kaluuya as W’Kabi, Michael B. Jordan as Erik Killmonger, Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia, Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther/T’Challa, Angela Bassett as Ramonda, Danai Gurira as Okoye, and Letitia Wright as Shuri photographed exclusively for Entertainment Weekly by Kwaku Alston on March 18, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia.
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23 Times Berla Mundi’s Afronista Style Got Our Thumbs Up

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When it comes to African clothing, Berla Mundi’s Afronista Style is right there at the forefront leading the pack. The beautiful award-winning Ghanaian television personality is bold with her fashion choices and we are simply delighted every chance we get to spot her in a cool outfit.

Berla Mundi’s African Style

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A blue strapless African print dress with removable puff sleeves.

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This lovely off shoulder dress screams Afronista.

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This look large collar African print coat over a basic jean and tshirt outfit dresses it up and says effortless chic.

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We are crushing on this red bubble sleeve African print top and blue pants. Lovely combination.

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Talk about elegance in print. The symmetry and fit of this simple yet elegant dress had us doing the double thumbs up.

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A simple rompa with fun sleeves, who wouldn’t want one after seeing Berla in them?

African Style#7

The prints on this Peplum jacket complement her ripped jeans quite beautifully.

 

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what we liked about this wasn’t just the sleeveless top which is quite flattering. We really liked the african print detail on the yellow skirt.

African Style#9

If this isn’t glam then we don’t know what is. She paired the beautiful off shoulder bubble sleeve top with a fitted skirt quite beautifully.

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The print, the sleeves, the simplicity, in short everything about this dress is just Afronista lovely.

African Style#11

Leave it to Berla to show some leg in a peplum dress and look flawless while doing so.

African Style#12

We love the creativity that goes with combining fabrics this way. A little lace here, a little wax there, some bold colors here and there and somehow they mesh together to make the perfect red carpet outfit.

African Style#13

What good is and Afronista if you don’t slap on some artistic pieces now and then? We love the floral detail on this dress and who better to pull it off than Ghana’s Afronista Princess?

African Style#14

Berla went subtle with her Afronista vibe on this dress. A little touch of zebra and she still conveyed Afronista without going overboard.

African Style#15

Ahhh the split just gives this two piece the right touch of lovely.

African Style#16

Another creative vibe in a dress. The color, the style all mesh together beautifully.

African Style#17

We want to raid Berla’s closet. We just love her African pieces especially ones like this that say contemporary African fashion.

African Style#18

Talk about subtle sexy-ness and mature elegance. This dress and all its detail is undeniably one of the best pieces we have seen on Berla.

African Style#19

Even when she is keeping it simple, she still manages to pick the pieces that work well. We love the sleeves which work well with the dress in an unsuspecting way.

African Style#20

A peplum wrap jacket is a closet staple for all Afronistas and Berla is no exception.

African Style#21

We love the simplicity and playfulness of this dress.

African Style#22

This look says, “I love Afronista Style” and we all give it a double thumbs up.

African Style#23

Color block skirt with a little bit of midriff showing. Leave it to Berla to show off some skin tastefully.

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25 Fashion Fabulous African Style Outfits for Work

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Who says bold African prints can’t hold their own in a corporate environment? Definitely not us. Below are 25 African Styles with vibrant African prints that will fit any corporate environment.

25 Fabulous African Style Work Outfits

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