Africa | Ndebele mother and daughter standing next to their traditionally painted house | © Lindsay Hebberd/Corbis

Ndebele mother and daughter standing next to their traditionally painted house - © Lindsay Hebberd/Corbis

South Africa

Married Ntwane women wearing beaded back skirts called Ntepa at a local celebration. Photograph taken in Mpumalanga (previously Eastern Transvaal), South Africa.

The Global Africa Project at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York features work by Serge Mouangue, who creates kimonos from traditional African cotton textiles.

WAfrica-Ankara Japanese kimonos by Cameroonian designer Serge Mouangue The name WAfrica is a combination of the word for Japanese spirit, “wa,” and Africa. “In I experimented with Japanese.

VOGUE AUSTRALIA http://www.nomad-chic.com

Marina Nery by Sebastian Kim for Vogue Australia

Publication: Vogue Australia April 2014 Model: Marina Nery Photographer: Sebastian Kim Fashion Editor: Katie Mossman Hair: Bok-Hee Make-up: Mariel Barrera --- aboriginal dot art inspired makeup

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