Fashion Made In Africa, Worn In New York Who Wore What at the MoCADA Museum Masquerade Ball.

Our team was on style watch at the MoCADA Masquerade Ball, and found a few attendees who wore fashion inspired by or made in Africa.

Celebrities and influencers recently attended the Museum of Contemporary African Diaspora Arts’ (MoCADA) 2nd Annual Masquerade Ball, at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM). The event celebrated 16 years of the museum’s dedication to the advancement of contemporary black art and culture. And since we were on style watch, we managed to pinpoint a few attendees who wore fashion inspired by or made in Africa.

 

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Below, Simone Small was styled from head to toe in Nyorh Agwe.  Her look included an off-the-shoulder blouse, bold gold gele and raffia necklace. 


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Justine Skye gave us Osun goddess meets the classic 20’s wearing a peek-a-boo floral dress with a timeless up-do. 

Tai Beauchamp attends MoCADA 2nd Annual Masquerade Ball looking regal and radiant. 

 

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Reign Apiim took ‘nude’ to an entire different level. Her top was hand painted by Beyonce’s favorite artist, the pioneer of Afrofuturism,  Laolu Senbanjo (shown with her). 

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