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Vlisco’s Gallery of Poems




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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