Africa We Love Designer Eunice Driver Of South Africa Who Embodies Urban Zulu Fashions
For All Native Xhosa Africans With Moderate Intra-Global Fashions! Part Two
The Sis-Star with the fabulous earth tone print and head scarf ensemble is Miss Eunice Driver who truly understands the aesthetics of traditional Xhosa-Zulu tribal fashion yet modernizing her fashion choices along the way. I admire her style and how she used a more unisex approach to fashion where Brothers and Sisters can wear her fantastic collection whilst keeping the boundaries of “he them-she them” fashions!
Miss Driver is a great designer and I for one like her edgy style. Sometimes she makes clothes for the every day Zulu/African or she can go high fashion and design great couture pieces. This Woman has style and we South Africans are proud of her work! Love it!
We return to our series of tribal headdresses. Our Gypset team found the most interesting ones with the winner Mongolian Khalkha ethnic headdress. Burning man, get ready! For more tribal ideas visit out website:www.le-lapin-blanc.com
Head wraps are known to be worn by the traditional African woman. Today, they’re more of a fashion statement and a way of hiding a bad hair day. The various African prints represent stories. When worn, whether for tradition, style or laziness, the cloth transforms into a crown on your head. Stars like Solange Knowles and June Ambrose show their style and pride through their wraps. Check out…
Africa We Love Designer Eunice Driver Of South Africa Who Embodies Urban Zulu Fashions For All Native Xhosa Africans With Moderate Intra-Global Fashions! Part One
My favorite fashion designer from West Africa by the way Dakar, Senegal/Paris, France is without question Miss Adama Paris but every now and then you find other designers in Africa that makes you pay attention to his/her style.
One particular designer caught my attention based on my personal Xhosa heritage but also the way her clothes can be worn any time of the year. This designer is named Eunice Driver creator of URBAN ZULU designs for the active Xhosa-Zulu Diaspora although her clothes are truly made for all Africans in any region of Alkebulan. Miss Driver can dress African women from peitite all the way to robust or full figured using traditional yet moderate spins on the dresses, jumpsuits, pant, jackets, and so forth. She can also accent men’s fashion as well. This Sis-Star is fabulously fun with her urban chic styles and I love it because it reminds me of what I miss from home! Check her great fashions at: