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Aso oke; a loom woven textile used in creating traditional Yoruba clothing from Nigeria.
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The Federal Republic of Nigeria is a not very large, though rather populous country of West Africa. About 150 million of people live in Nigeria. So, the clothing traditions of its population are various. Some of the traditional dresses in Nigeria root back to ancients tribes who lived here centuries ago, others were formed by the influence of British, Portuguese and French colonizers (19-20th centuries). Today many people in Nigeria use modern clothes, western style of attire. But still…
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Mazelle Studios has expanded its universe with its flagship bridal collection named ‘Elewa Asiko’. According to a statement from the brand: MAZELLE FLAGS “ELEWA ASIKO” FOR BRIDAL 20/21 Right after a cool capsule collaboration with Not Just Another Store London , Fast rising brand MAZELLE has flagged “ELEWA ASIKO” As a part of its Bridal Narrative for 20/21. “In with the Old ,In with the New, We wanted a fresh direction into dressing today’s women for their big day without necessarily taking…
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Is your traditional marriage drawing close? Tap this link to see the best traditional wedding dress styles that'll transform you into an...
Ankara styles are inarguably one of the most beautiful pieces of clothing available. From the intricate designs and technique to the gorgeous styles that are sewn, they are a slice of heaven.
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Yemisi Aribisala writes on the photographer Lakin Ogunbanwo’s portraits of Nigerian brides and about the beauty and rituals of Nigerian wedding traditions.
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