“Glamour Dear”, Ghanaian London Based Brand, Bestow Elan Unveils Autumn/Winter 2013 Collection

Created for the discerning female, the designer behind the 2011 BEFFTA Award winning women’s wear label Erzumah Ackerson draws her inspiration from both classic and vintage stimuli, as well as influences from her Ghanaian heritage.

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The designer behind the label Erzumah Ackerson’s unique flair for detail can be recognized in the way she fuses elements of her heritage with technical expertise, to create garments that are often described as timeless, feminine and chic.

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The new collection is uber chic and is suitable for the cold season with a lot of layers and wrapping up. What do you think about the collection?

 Shoot Credit:

Model: Cecile Helen Luboko
Photographer: Emerzy Corbin
Make-Up-Artist: Francesca Ioppolo

Contact Details:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BestowElan
Twitter: https://twitter.com/BestowElan
Website: http://www.bestowelan.com/

Credit: Facebook/Bestowelan


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Lookbook: Congolese Fashion Brand, Modahnik Unveils Autumn/Winter 2013 Collection

MODAHNIK is known for the mix of vibrant colors with bold prints. Having lived and traveled in Africa, Europe and America, Kahindo expertly combines these different stylistic elements, bringing a unique point of view to her design aesthetic. A native of the The Democratic Republic of Congo, she pulls inspiration from the Avant Garde spirit of the Congolese art and culture.

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The AW13 Modahnik collection features paneling and feminine silhouettes using leather accents that provide a sexy modern edge. The colors are bold, with emerald green and yellow used in the custom print developed for Modahnik this season. The inspiration of the print was a henna tattoo that the Designer Kahindo Mateene got last year at her brother&#39s traditional wedding in Mali, West Africa.

The MODAHNIK woman is a global nomad who views fashion as a creative expression of her individuality. She is classically feminine with an edge and dares to be bold.
Photo Credit: Facebook/Modahnik

Shoot  Credit:
Models: Cynovia Potts & Willow Faygenholtz
Hair & Makeup: Kat DeJesus
Photographer: Matthew Messner

Contact Details:
Join their Facebook page at: Modahnik
Follow the brand on Twitter: @Modahnik
Website: http://www.modahnik.com/


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