Wafrica. Serge Mouangue. Check out wafrica.jp

Cross-Cultural Couture

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.

thekimonogallery: “ Hiromi Asai is a New York-based kimono stylist and designer. She, born in Tokyo, grew up surrounded by traditional Japanese culture.

AMBW & Blasian Database - Wafrica: African Kimonos

Wafrica: African Kimonos - A Tokyo based Kimono retailer Kururi and Serge Mouangue create traditional Japanese kimonos in African prints from Nigeria to Senegal.

Headdress / fantasy / priestess / goddess / gold / gilded / winged / otherworldly / cosplay / costume

How about this for a Valkyrie headpiece, Char? lol Daniel Jung was featured in ISSUE and Miss G Designs was featured recently in ISSUE Available on MagCloud. Photographer: Daniel Jung Headdress: Miss G Designs Model/Hair/Makeup: Sabrina Rucker

[K-two]夏だから甘めでかわいい浴衣アレンジ

[K-two]夏だから甘めでかわいい浴衣アレンジ|K-two 青山店のヘアスタイル

Yasmin Bidois photographed by Xi Sinsong

Gothic Renaissance Fashion

WOT inspiration: / Couture Warrior Princesses - Fashionistas are Called to Battle in the Xi Sinsong 'Wahine' Series (GALLERY)

Kimono fait de Wax www.atelierbijouxceramique.fr

Wafrica

Cross-Cultural Couture - Wafrica& unique cross-cultural clothing line is comprised of traditional Japanese kimonos made from African fabrics. Wafrica is the brainchil.

praisehouse:  WAfrica Afro Kimono by Serge Mouvangue, an interior and industrial designer from Cameroon

WAFRICA by Serge Mouangue (another salute to “cultural blending”) Cameroonian-born, Tokyo-based designer Serge Mouangue is the beautiful mind behind these lovely kimonos. Blessed to have his designs.

Wafrica" is a kimono fashion collection designed by Serge Mouangue, an interior designer and industrial designer/artist, born in Cameroon

Wafrica

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

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