African fashion ties to Beneathas dream because if she goes to Africa, she can wear the kind of clothing women do there. Wearing this type of clothing allows Beneatha to connect with her roots and motivates her more to move to Africa with Asagai
MaXhosa collections of South African knitwear designer Laduma Ngxokolo. His line was designed as a knitwear solution to Xhosa initiation rights, that includes a tradition of dressing up in "new dignified formal clothing for six months after initiation.
This young Ndebele girl wears bead rolls and a tasseled apron that she will discard when she is initiated into adulthood. The Ndebele people are descended from and related to the Bantu-speakers who spread all over Africa from the area of present day Camer