Tag Archives: African fashion

The Little Cakewalkers

[Siblings Rudy and Fredy Walker performing the ‘Cakewalk’ in France. ‘A History of African American Theatre’ by Errol G. Hill and James V. Hatch.] The Cakewalk became a popular stage act for expert dancers as well as a craze in … Continue reading

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The Simplicity of Pencils & Erasers

Remember when we were little, just starting out school and we wrote in our 2A, 2B and 2D exercise books with those fancy pencils with erasers on their bottom? We could easily erase whatever mistake we made as we wrote … Continue reading

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Zabba Designs I love Ankara Clothing Sweepstakes

Enter for a chance to win $100 voucher towards the purchase of any item in our shop. Amazing, here is the details: 1. Winner will be emailed and notified after the sweepstakes ends. 2. Winner must be 18 and older … Continue reading

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Zabba Designs and African Fashion

A Quick View of African Fashion Loud hues. Vibrant prints. Intricate patchworks. These are the things that distinctively describe what mainstream fashion calls “African fashion” or ¬†even collectively and sometimes insensitively, just refer to it as “tribal fashion”. We’ve seen … Continue reading

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