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    Ghanaian design label, Duaba Serwa recently unveiled their SS'13 collection and I was blown away by every single piece in the collection.Featuring vibrant ankara prints,this collection boasts of impeccably constructed pieces. The fusion of sheer fabric,cut-out design,intricate beading and exquisite embroidery puts a distinct stamp on Duaba Serwa's work.

I say yes, yes and yes to every single piece in this collection.

What do you guys think?

   Is this collection amazing, or what!!

See more pieces from this collection here

                            Photography by Shooting the Breeze: 
                       Shooting the Breeze: Photography by Sefa Nkansa and Ofoe Amegavie 

                               Model Nicola Sackey

Make Up by Looks by Asiakie

Shoes by Mo Saique

Happy halloween guys!


  1. Wonderful collection! Where can I purchase?


  2. She is a genius! She must really work to the last love love!

  3. Wow! Absolutely stunning collection!

  4. Freaking amazing, I want all of them .. just amazing

  5. uber gorgeous...the model actually looks like u. i love i want them all all of them.

  6. @ Real, that is a huge compliment o...

  7. I like that it kind of has a 3-D affect. Very nice structured and colorful pieces.

  8. I say yes to all too. I want one!!! LOVE!

  9. I like the bright colors and prints! :)

  10. What do I think? I think her waist is so unfair!

  11. Omg this collection is gorgeous!!! The silhouettes, colors, and patterns are to die for. Yes please!

  12. Now this is a designer who understands proportion, fit and finishing not to mention the excitement this collection brings. Wasn't bored @ any point in time.

  13. Lovely blog

  14. Beautiful collection. The second outfit is my favorite.

  15. Oh yes the collection is simply amazing.

  16. Oh my gosh, those dresses are stunning!
    Want them all! :)

  17. GASP!!! I just totally fell in love with all these looks-they're GORGEOUS!!

  18. nice job, really good, topics and fotos are simply amazing...

  19. Just came across your blog and I love it! And these fashions from Ghana are simply amazing! Thanks for sharing:)


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