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Mud Cloth From Mali

[dropcap custom_class=”normal”] Mud cloth is a traditional woven cloth from Bamana people of Mali with rich hues ranging from rich black, brown, mustard, red or green (although other colors are sometimes found),

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Afro Juju by Sir Shina Peters

[dropcap custom_class=”normal”] If you have never heard of Sir Shina Peters, then you are definitely not Nigerian. Let me tell you a little something about him.[/dropcap] Oluwashina Akanbi Peters, popularly

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National Academy Museum

[dropcap custom_class=”normal”]After a 45-minute journey, and occasionally losing my way, I arrived at Solomon R. Guggenheim museum. First mode of action was to get my picture taken with the infamous

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The Frick Collection

Timeless. Regal. Exclusive. [dropcap custom_class=”normal”]These were the first thoughts that came to mind, as I gazed upon the infamous Rembrandt self portrait that graced the walls of The Frick Collection.

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An East African Fabric Called Kitenge

[dropcap custom_class=”normal”]Kitenge is an East African cotton fabric printed in various colours and distinctive patterns. It has its origin from Kiswahili kitengele. Kitenge is sometimes worn as sarong by women,

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Make A Statement With Ankara Maxi Dress

African prints are one of those prints that is so versatile and intensely vibrant. The brilliant colourful fabric is making worldwide rave to an extent we can’t even comprehend or

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Bellafricana is a tech-enabled community that provides a platform for creative entrepreneurs in the fashion, arts & craft, beauty, home & living, food produce & snacks industry, to gain visibility, increase sales, have the right business support and structure that gives them the capacity to grow their business.

When I was thinking of birthing the Bellafricana idea, I initially thought of the importance of a strong support system for creative businesses, hence why the community is called “creative family” and now referred to as “Home to creative entrepreneurs”. It was so intentional.

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