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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

PRETTY SOON ANKARA WOULDN'T BE AFRICAN AGAIN- SEE STELLA JEAN COLLECTION AT THE MILAN FASHION WEEK 2014


Stella Jean is an Italian from Turin but with Haitian origins. She was born in Rome and her father is from Turin. 


She's an upcoming designer that has gained some major followership for some of her other collections. The major one being the one last season at the Armani Teatro. Since gaining garnering the the nods of some of those who are the masters in the fashion world, she hasn't looked back. 

Her latest collection the Stella Jean Fall 2014 collection was majorly inspired by Africa, at least that is clearly seen in her good use of the African Wax Print, at 98% of the 30 piece collection had Ankara, if not the whole collection. The odd thing majorly about the collection is that there were very few black or brown models (just 2) on the catwalk wearing the outfits. 

It might have just being her own a way of appealing and selling to more variety of fashionistas, be it white, brown, black or yellow. 

Anyways pretty soon like they normally do, the Ankara Wax Print might soon lose its African Identity, with the European laying claim to it one way or the other.  Check out the full Stella Jean Collection here. 

MORE PICTURES OF THE FULL COLLECTION AFTER THE BREAK. PLS CLICK ON READ MORE BELOW

 






















STELLA JEAN TAKING HER BOW

4 comments:

Fashion Rehab said...

She really kills it when it comes to ankara. Love her collections

Anonymous said...

exactly the kind of versatility African print has... absolutely gorgeous... need more creativity from the so called nigerian designers if they want to compete globally

Anonymous said...

The origin isn't African. Africans just popularised it.

Anonymous said...

These people may now run Jewel by Lisa out of the market.