Eva Marcille, Chanel Iman, Naomi Campbell & Nas Rocking Hip African-Inspired Designs
As I posted up on Tumblr (culturaltoast.tumblr.com) recently Eva Marcille, Chanel Iman, Naomi Campbell, and Nas were photographed rocking hip African-inspired designs on and off the red carpet. So much inspiration can be drawn upon how these celebrities wore their African-inspired fashion looks.
Eva Marcille attended LaLa Anthony’s birthday brunch in a Marni for H&M printed A-line skirt. If you can recall I did a post on this hot designer-collaboration for H&M much earlier. I love how Eva put her signature style funk on the skirt from the accessories to the make-up!
Not to be outdone but E! News reporter & Fashion Police correspondent Giuliana Ranic also wore a piece from Marni for H&M recently. As you can see Giuliana didn’t add much to the dress so it can be her statement piece.
Which of the two Marni for H&M looks did you prefer – Eva or Giuliana?
Chanel Iman (with Gabrielle Union) was seen in a high-waisted Burberry Prosrum skirt. Revisit my post on Burberry Prorsum’s African-inspired collection here.
Solange Knowles also embraces wax print fashion as she did in her April 2012 Complex magazine photo shoot. Both looks are taken from Burberry Prorsum Resort 2012 collection.
Which Burberry Prorsum Resort 2012 look do you prefer – Solange or Chanel?
For her W Magazine July 2012 photo session, Naomi Campbell was seen in a African-inspired suit!
Nas wore a hip African-inspired ankara shirt by Woolrich Woolen Mills on the June/July 2012 cover of Complex magazine. The shirt is taken from the Summer 2012 collection which you can purchase here! Props to June Ambrose for hooking up Nas with some tasteful Africani-inspired fashion.
Cultural Presence looks at how celebrities and everyday people wear African fashion straight from the runway.
image credits – NecoleBitchie.com, Twitter, Getty Images, Complex Magazine, W Magazine
Posted on July 2, 2012, in African Fashion, Burberry Prorsum, Celebrities Wearing African Fashion, Cultural Presence, Inspired by Africa, Marni and tagged African-Inspired Fashion, Ankara, Burberry Prorsum, Chanel Iman, Eva Marcille, Giuliana Rancic, Nas, Solange Knowles, wax print. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.