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PALMWINE IceCREAM: This label combines imported second-hand clothing with Ghanaian design

PALMWINE IceCREAM: This label combines imported second-hand clothing with Ghanaian design

VOGUE: Kusi Kubi, how did you start working on your own label? Kusi Kubi: Before my trips to Ghana, I used to buy, collect and sew a lot of clothes to give as gifts there, even though no one I know really needs them. Carrying the weight of all these things when traveling made me …

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Nada Dehni: This Lebanese designer translates the beauty of Islamic art into fashion

Nada Dehni: This Lebanese designer translates the beauty of Islamic art into fashion

Who is it about: Nada Dehni, fashion designer with Lebanese roots It represents? The combination of sustainability and traditional craft techniques with a focus on the beauty of Islamic art. You should know because… It promises a new look at Islamic culture in the West and, with its unusual combination of tradition and modernity, decontextualizes …

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