The Origin of Afrocentric Style


Afrocentric style is the combination of traditional African pieces or fabrics with western pieces in the same ensemble to create a universally accepted trend with which Africans in diaspora and the world in general identifies with African culture and heritage. In 1962, Kwame Brathwaite and the African Jazz-Art Society and Studios in Harlem presented a […]

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My GTBank Fashion Weekending

Guys…. let me skip the pleasantries and just jump straight into telling you how lit my weekend was last weekend, really it was fun… Like LITerally. Yes of course, you guessed right,(except that you did not guess because the title already says…) it was the GTBank Fashion Weekend. I did not attend the maiden edition […]

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6 Love and Other Wars 2

Continued from Love and Other Wars 1 “Act normal” Beverly said to herself as she got to her desk. It was three Mondays after the Saturday Tunde had visited. Soon, Tunde was bound to come over to her desk and she didn’t want to give herself away. She actually wanted him to come over to […]

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