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AFRICAN JEWELRY AT ITS BEST OOOO!

September 13, 2018

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ASO OKE OOO!- THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CLOTH IN THE WORLD #2

August 27, 2018

ASO OKE OOO!–THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CLOTH IN THE WORLD !!!!

July 31, 2018

BLACK MEN!–GET BACK TO YOUR BLACK SELF ATI WEAR YORUBA/AFRICAN CLOTHES!-YORUBAS SET THE FASHION FOR THE WORLD!-FROM PROUDLY YORUBA ON FACEBOOK!

November 25, 2015

FROM PROUDLY YORUBA ON FACEBOOK

YORUBA OOOO!–WE ARE THE MOST FASHIONABLE ON EARTH!–BLACK PEOPLE CHECK OUR REAL ORGINAL STYLE WHERE WE GET OURS FROM!–YORUBA MEN OOOO!–YOU ARE SUPER BAD!-FROM PROUDLY YORUBA ON FACEBOOK!

FROM

Proudly Yorùbá ON FACEBOOK

November 21 at 8:37pm ·

When it comes to fashion, we own it. We are stylish, modish, fashionable
and flamboyantly confident as exhibited by our charming Yoruba cutie.
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How many LIKES can he get??

Proudly Yorùbá’s photo.

Peter Bamikole

Peter Bamikole “modish” is not a compliment…lol

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Olutoye Kehinde Aderemi Odua nie joo

YORUBA MALE ATTIRE! -THE BEST IN THE WORLD-THESE PROUD BLACK MEN RULE THE PLANET WHEN IT COMES TO CLOTHES!

April 6, 2011

FROM

OJOGBON AKINWUMNI ISOLA,ORLANDO JULIUS AND HIS BLACKamerikkkan WIFE ADUKE

OBAMA WITH HIS YORUBA FRIENDS IN YORUBA DRESS!

OKO IFEDOLAPO!

Traditional Attire of Nigerian and African Men
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Surprisingly, most men in Nigeria especially Lagos State wear the traditional Yoruba cloths. This comes in various styles and designs. They have different names depending on the type of design like:

Agbada – this is a 4-piece Nigerian Agbada apparel that is made up of hat, buba, flowing Agbada and pants with embroidery.

Babariga – This is men’s 4-piece African Babariga clothing apparel comprising a Hat, long-sleeved shirt, flowing Buba and pants with embroidery.

3-piece Gbarie outfit. Hand-loomed Aso Oke material with matching embroidery.

They are suitable for special occasions and events. Have you seen what the Nigerian women wear? See this http://hubpages.com/_1rfosdrnucsn9/hub/Glamorous-and-Gorgeous-Yoruba-Nigerian-Women-Dress

FILA- YORUBA MALE HEAD COVER- IN ALL IT’S BEAUTY AND BLACK MANHOOD!

March 29, 2011

OBAMA!-BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY MICHELLE OBAMA WEARS ANOTHER BLACK DESIGNER’S CLOTHES!-A NIGERIAN DESIGNER BASED IN U.K.- BLACK ON!

September 13, 2010

from beijingtoday.com
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/7968011/Michelle-Obama-wears-Duro-Oluwu.html

Michelle Obama wears Duro Oluwu
August 30, 2010 Filed under howie wang
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(Telegraph)
Michelle Obama adds another designer to her United Nations fashion portfolio.

President Obama and wife Michelle leaving a restaurant in Martha’s Vineyard, whilst on their summer holidays

America’s First Lady Michelle Obama’s holiday wardrobe this year includes a vibrant, patchwork, folkloric dress by the London-based Nigerian designer, Duro Olowu. The dress, a funky, layered, smock-style, features at least five different silk prints.Mrs Obama was photographed wearing the dress while out for dinner this week, with her husband, in Martha’s Vineyard. She has previously worn Duro Olowu’s designs in 2008 and 2009, and has long been a ‘collector’ of the newest and most eclectic brands on Planet Fashion, assembling a United Nations-style wardrobe since her husband was elected. Her fashion portfolio includes designs by the Taiwan-born Jason Wu; Thakoon Panichgul, who was born in Thailand; the Chilean-born, Maria Cornejo; Narciso Rodriguez, the only son of Cuban immigrants; London’s Erdem Moralioglu, who is of Turkish-Canadian descent; the Manhattan-based Naeem Khan, who was born in Mumbai; and the London-based Glaswegian, Jonathan Saunders, along with mainstream brands such as Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and Oscar de la Renta.
America’s First Lady Michelle Obama’s holiday wardrobe this year includes a vibrant, patchwork, folkloric dress by the London-based Nigerian designer, Duro Olowu. The dress, a funky, layered, smock-style, features at least five different silk prints.
Mrs Obama was photographed wearing the dress while out for dinner this week, with her husband, in Martha’s Vineyard. She has previously worn Duro Olowu’s designs in 2008 and 2009, and has long been a ‘collector’ of the newest and most eclectic brands on Planet Fashion, assembling a United Nations-style wardrobe since her husband was elected. Her fashion portfolio includes designs by the Taiwan-born Jason Wu; Thakoon Panichgul, who was born in Thailand; the Chilean-born, Maria Cornejo; Narciso Rodriguez, the only son of Cuban immigrants; London’s Erdem Moralioglu, who is of Turkish-Canadian descent; the Manhattan-based Naeem Khan, who was born in Mumbai; and the London-based Glaswegian, Jonathan Saunders, along with mainstream brands such as Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and Oscar de la Renta.
Duro Olowu, 44, was born in Lagos and studied law in England, before switching to his first love, fashion, long having been inspired by the unexpected mix of fabrics, textures and draping techniques of the clothing worn by the women of his native land.
He launched his own label in London in October, 2004, and was an instant hit with his use of luxurious fabrics and vibrant, clashing prints. He won the New Designer of the Year award at the British Fashion Awards in 2005.
Last year, he opened his own boutique in London, in Mason’s Yard, on Duke Street, St James’s, offering both ready-to-wear and made-to-order. Earlier this year he was given the International Designer of the Year award at the 2010 Africa Fashion Awards, in Johannesburg.
He has just been named as one of the six shortlisted finalists for the 2010 Swiss Textiles Award, which will be decided in November. Last year’s winner was Alexander Wang.
Other Duro Olowu fans include Princess Caroline of Monaco, David Bowie’s wife, Iman, and Thelma Golden, the director and chief curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/7968011/Michelle-Obama-wears-Duro-Oluwu.html


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