After meeting at the #SheDesignsExpo at the Africa 2018 Conference in Egypt last year, three African labels brought the power of pan-African collaboration to life. Styled and photographed by Kenyan brand @adeledejak, the shoot features the Sokhna dress by Senegalese designer @thediarrablu, complementing pieces from Adele Dejak’s 2019 ‘Love’ collection. Starring South Sudanese Supermodel @shanellenyasiase, the campaign also showcases a head wrap by Senegalese brand @johannabramblecreations.
"Like anybody, I would like to live a long life—longevity has its place. But I'm not concerned about that now. I just want to do God's will…. And so I'm happy tonight; I'm not worried about anything; I'm not fearing any man. #DrKing
I thank God for waking me up to see another day ☀️ I get to live another day in my purpose. I am thankful that Gods ⏱ is perfect and I know what he has for me is more than I could ever imagine. I just need to stay focused, keep working hard, and never give up‼️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Song: dabebi- @mreazi
Video 🎥: @craftedbyzeking
Vous êtes plutôt sport en équipe ou solo ?
#congaña c'est avant tout une marque qui prône l amour, le travail et la mixité 🌍
L amour n a pas de couleur, le travail est un vecteur de motivation, la mixité permet de lutter contre les inégalités 😍
Vous adherez à notre pensée? 📸 @coupleofg 👉🏽Ils sont trop 💕💕 dans leur ensemble congaña en motif Wax 🔥
Ghanaian in Harlem🇬🇭 8.6 million stories on this concrete island. 8.6 million souls stemming from a wide array of ethic, cultural, racial and economic roots. There are stories that need to be told and histories that need to be shared; reminders of our rich pasts and glimpses into what lies ahead. •
Shot in Harlem by fellow Ghanaian, @joshuakissi photographer and creative director using his lens and other storytelling mediums to change the narrative of what it means to be African, especially Ghanaian. Be sure to check out some of his latest work including portraits of @diggysimmons@ms_laurynhill@officialmichaeljai and a recent commission by @apple in Ghana. .