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#FashionTrends: Off White Belt

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Made of polyamide, the Industrial belt is one size and features Off-White logo. This industrial belt with silver buckle with length 205 cm and height of 3, 5 cm. and comes in different colours. Virgil Abloh came out with a yellow Off-White belt through the release of his c/o new collection.

virgil abloh off white belt

virgil abloh off white belt

This belts carefully curated edit features a wide range of bold and ultra-modern designs look fashioned from the finest fabrics. Think punchy patterns, statement branding and expect an assorted palette. Industrial belt from the S/S2018 Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh collection in yellow.

In order to get the perfect belt, look out for this features, the brand’s bold patterns and distinctive branding and expect the finest materials.

Off White Belt

Off White Belt

Off White Belt

Off White Belt

Off White Belt

Off White Belt

Off White Belt

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#Trends: Rolex Oyster Perpetual

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The aesthetics of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual models set them apart as symbols of universal and classic style. They embody timeless form and function, firmly rooted in the pioneering origins of Rolex. The simplicity of an original.

The un-suffixed Oyster Perpetual collection, with its simple three-hand design, remains the most affordable (and some would say wearable) watch in the Rolex collection. Until very recently, due to its more diminutive sizing – 26/31/34/36mm – the Oyster Perpetual collection’s primary audience was women. While there were some Rolex aficionados who loved the 34 and 36mm for their vintage proportions, for most men it was just too small. Then, in 2015, the 39mm was announced.

Unsurprisingly, the watch world was very happy about this. Hodinkee’s founder Ben Clymer called them “simply superb but understated pieces that offer incredible versatility without costing a fortune, or showing off too much”.

Almost defiantly simplistic, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual could be seen as the purest distillation of everything the brand’s founder Hans Wilsdorf wanted to achieve – the creation of the definitive Swiss-made wristwatch. This is Rolex at its most pure – incredibly well-made, democratically priced and with a design that manages to be both contemporary and timeless.

Rolex The Oyster Perpetual

Rolex The Oyster Perpetual

Rolex The Oyster Perpetual

Rolex The Oyster Perpetual

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Designer of the week – Alima Bello (Bello | Edu)

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Alima Bello

Bello | Edu is a fashion brand designed for women to amplify esteem, purpose and a lust for life. Our brand mantra is to choose minimalism over excess, add value not mass and to be wherever function meets great aesthetics. Led by its founder and Creative Lead, Alima Bello and supported by a small workforce, the brand produces two major collections a year, which are responsibly manufactured in Ghana with fabrics sources internationally.

Debuting in 2014, the brand was nominated for 2015 Ghana Fashion Award Emerging Fashion Brand. Each piece is designed and produced for versatility but stays true to structure and form taking into consideration the five pillars of the brand: Passion, Conservation, Timelessness, Functionality and Joie de Vivre.

Bello | Edu’s identity continues to grow with its aspirational approach to design, quality and craftsmanship.

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Zynnell Zuh’s Stylish Blue

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Actress and Film Producer Zynnell Zuh has got quite a collection of blue dresses that looks radiant on her skin. Blue represents meanings of trust, loyalty, sincerity, confidence, stability, heaven, and intelligence. The color blue has positive effects on the mind and the body.

The blue color is quite calm, noble and loved by many designers. The great thing about this color is that it suits absolutely everything. I would say it’s her second black.

Here’s to share with you an awesome compilation of Zynnell’s stylish blue attires, and which designers helped in making it possible.

Zynnell Zuh by Sima Brew

Zynnell Zuh by Sima Brew

Zynnell Zuh by Sima Brew

Zynnell Zuh by Sima Brew

Zynnell Zuh by Sima Brew

Zynnell Zuh by Sima Brew

Zynnell Zuh

Zynnell Zuh

Zynnell Zuh by Sima Brew

Zynnell Zuh by Sima Brew

Zynnell Zuh

Zynnell Zuh

Zynnell Zuh

Zynnell Zuh

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Nana K. Brenu – Designer of the week.

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He is a Ghanaian-born, Italian-based, designer, Nana K Brenu, tried to find a harmony between his African culture and heritage and his European and American training and education. Fashion became a by-product of Mr Brenu’s eternal love for art.

After completing a degree in Latin American and Caribbean Studies the turning point came when a dear friend insisted he apply to Parsons School of Design. He was accepted on a scholarship and his colourful, creative journey began. When asked in an interview with afrobougee.com about his 1981’s collection and what inspires him, he said it is the diverse cultures, the different personalities, the landscape, the vibrant colours, the simple but complex traditional architecture and the traditional craftsmanship.

His 1981 collection was conceived in 2012 by in his quest for equilibrium between two highly contrasting genres of style. The first being his Ghanaian heritage characterized by vibrant colors and bold prints in contrast to his modern minimalistic design sensibilities that is highly influenced by modern art, design and architecture including the main principles of minimalism.

In a departure from the use of bold prints and colours typically associated with African designs, 1981 is influenced by the impact of the complex simplicity of the monochromatic geometric designs of traditional Ghanaian symbols. Although traditional by conception the designs have a very original, and modern feel.

The highly original and unique design philosophies of 1981 are based on the notion that design should reflect who you are, where you are from and where you have been. In other words clothes are the storytellers in the journey of our lives. This concept is reflected through Nana’s Ghanaian background, design studies and work in NYC and Milan.

Mr Brenu says his biggest achievement so far will be finally opening the brand’s first flagship store in Accra, Ghana. It took a giant leap of faith as most brands wait a long time before opening their own stores. He considers the challenges to be finding a middle ground between being creative and at the same time being commercially viable.

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