There was once a time where we didn’t celebrate our African culture and its uniqueness. Those days are gone! Now more than ever, we have embraced our heritage and the love we have shown to ours is spilling over to the international space. Diverse artists, lawmakers, entertainers around the world are beginning to love our beautiful African print, they are doing it justice and dropping it like its hot.

A new era, embedded with African culture, prints, dance, and heritage is rapidly taking over. If you don’t own an African print, I must say you are still in the past. The fusion of colours and patterns gives a unique and quality look to this fabric that cannot but attract one’s eye.

We have seen the likes of Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, Gwen Stefani, David Oyelowo, Jidenna, Taraji P Henson, Michelle Obama and many others adorn the fabric time after time. One thing is certain, in a few years from now the Africa fabric/prints would be worn worldwide and accepted innately.