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denisiotruitt:  “The first time I wrapped my head as both a fashion and cultural statement was in college. It was the early 2000’s where hints of neo soul still framed the outer edges of Hip Hop and R&B. I got up one morning in my cluttered dorm room, popped Jill Scott’s album into my computer and grabbed two large pieces of African fabric, wrapping one, and then the other around a messy bun of heat damaged hair. I arrived to my 8:30am English class, wearing a sky high wrap, large hoop e...

denisiotruitt: “ “The first time I wrapped my head as both a fashion and cultural statement was in college. It was the early where hints of neo soul still framed the outer edges of Hip Hop and.

The Headwrap Queen by OT&O Home Interiors

Art doesn’t just belong on the wall – decorate your living room or bedroom with this stunning area rug inspired by African beauty. The Wrap Queen area rug i

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onebeautifulsoul: I really love seeing black women portrayed in more feminine and soft ways. Yes black women are strong, but we’re still women. The dress 😻

The Crowned King Inspired by traditional African sculptures, the Crowned King is a blend of Pan-African colours that makes a bold statement about heritage and culture. This symbolises love, strength and unity, which is a great centrepiece to welcome into your home.

The Crowned King Inspired by traditional African sculptures, the Crowned King is a blend of Pan-African colours that makes a bold statement about heritage and culture. This symbolises love, strength and unity, which is a great centrepiece to welcome into your home.

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