This present day style is called African Street style. This style is based off the African culture involving the Dashiki prints, head wraps, and natural hair. This style goes back to the 1960s through 1970s during and right after the Civil Rights Movement African Americans embraced their ethnic style. (4/6/15) AMM

This present day style is called African Street style. This style is based off the African culture involving the Dashiki prints, head wraps, and natural hair. This style goes back to the 1960s through 1970s during and right after the Civil Rights Movement African Americans embraced their ethnic style. (4/6/15) AMM

Accessing the mainstream III – African Street Style festival 2014 on Sunday 27th July, Calvert Avenue and Arnold Circus, Shoreditch, London ...

Accessing the mainstream III – African Street Style festival 2014 on Sunday 27th July, Calvert Avenue and Arnold Circus, Shoreditch, London ...

Le street styling en toute circonstance #alhamisiTV #fashionpolice

Montre éléphant tendance 2016

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Africa, Black Street Style, African Street Style, Street Style South Africa

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Africa, Black Street Style, African Street Style, Street Style South Africa

Funky Fashions - Afro-Punk Festival - FUNK GUMBO RADIO: http://www.live365.com/stations/sirhobson and "Like" us at: https://www.facebook.com/FUNKGUMBORADIO

Funky Fashions - Afro-Punk Festival - FUNK GUMBO RADIO: http://www.live365.com/stations/sirhobson and "Like" us at: https://www.facebook.com/FUNKGUMBORADIO

WORDS: “I’ve just learnt the more I photograph women, the less it is about transformation. Women are beautiful. All that really matters is enhancing that.” --Mario Testino.    ~Solange Knowles photographed by Claiborne Swanson Frank.

WORDS: “I’ve just learnt the more I photograph women, the less it is about transformation. Women are beautiful. All that really matters is enhancing that.” --Mario Testino. ~Solange Knowles photographed by Claiborne Swanson Frank.

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