From Africa to the World- Ghana 2015 Edition

Hey Guys! Welcome back to the new remodel version of From Africa to the World. TO begin this new version Ghana will play host to a walk through their fashion world: from traditional clothing, to street wear not forgetting fashion designers.

For designers catch us Tomorrow on and all new edition

Street Wear: With the Westernization of clothing style, Ghanaian still remain truth to themselves and their clothing. Photo credits: bellanaija.com

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

2013 Ghana Fashion and Design week

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traditional Clothing:

Ghana is known in Africa as the bright,well embroidered, beading and well detailed Kente country. The Kente fabric will vary from regions or tribes.This will be incorporated in a street wear or worn during traditional weddings Like in most African countries, the Kente is sown into varies styles. Check Tuesday post on Traditional Tuesday:

Bride and Groom at their Traditional wedding wearing the Kente

Bride and Groom at their Traditional wedding wearing the Kente

Bride and Groom at their Traditional wedding wearing the Kente

Bride and Groom at their Traditional wedding wearing the Kente

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A Bride at her traditional wedding in a tailor made dress

A Bride at her traditional wedding in a tailor made dress

Bride and Groom at their Traditional wedding wearing the Kente and traditional royal jewelry

Bride and Groom at their Traditional wedding wearing the Kente and traditional royal jewelry

 

 

 

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