Ghanaian Kente “Culture At It’s Best”

Ghanaian Kente “Culture At It’s Best”

In today’s modernized world, African brides struggle with how to incorporate culture in their entire wedding look.
Some brides are fortunate to have specialists and other older female family members guide them through the process of representing their culture in style, others not too much.

Well here are some cultural beauty shoot that portrays Africanism, the rich cultures we have.
Vibrant fabrics, chunky jewelry and the different head wraps each with a  story strongly tied to history…
I hope you’re inspired


History does not only rest on the tongues of the elderly or sit somewhere on the dusty shelves in a community library but also takes a seat in literary arts. It then becomes a memory and landmark on social map. An essential capture of humanity in literary arts is a testimony to the evolution of both ills and beauty in our shared space as social beings. Culture is no exception to these universal truths. The astonishing beauty of Culture is when few say much – when just one word, phrase or art is the foundation on which a recorded event in history stands. It is measurably fascinating to discover the seminal thoughts as they jot events as a future pointer. Most often, it is connecting these dots to real life events that suggest culture’s preferred meaning or purpose.

How a group survives to tell its story should by always be a prominent feature in advancing such narrative as a viable option.


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