FASHION AND BEAUTY
By LUCY ROBI | 4 years ago
Shaman Flair: The spear pendants used in this statement piece originate from Ethiopia and are made from recycled camel bone. They are hand carved with a primitive design that enhances their tribal authenticity.
Amanirena: This piece takes inspiration from the tribal practice of adorning one’s body with breads and trinkets and with minimal emphasis on garments.
Letsatsi: Show off those shoulders with this Off-shoulder necklace.
Hayley: The pendant in this fabulous necklace is an ear expander used by women from South Sudan and Eithopia. Why not use it as an adornment.
Mabambo Bega: As the name suggests in Swahili, ditch the jacket or scarf and this off your shoulders instead- enter the party and watch all the attention fall on you.
Shikhazuri’s passion for ethnic and tribal adornment captured our attention this week. Each of their pieces tells a story that every woman out there can relate with.
Photographer: Kuyoh Photography, FB & IG: Kuyoh Photography
Shoot Assistant: Letoya Jonhstone
Modeling Agency: Toy Toy Models
Model: Dena Achieng
Crotchet hair braids: Diva Hair Kenya; IG: @divahairkenya; FB:Diva Hair KenyaStockist.
1. Shikhazuri Jewelry: www.shikhazuri.com; FB: shikhazuri; IG:shikhazuri
2. Green dress: Zicky Collections, First Floor F109 Jamia Mall, Nairobi.
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