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Ga Ga: Designer Adama Kargbo Makes Fashion, Not War

Escaping the confines of civil war, Sierra Leone native Adama Kargbo, 24, has spun the wounds from her country and the skills she sharpened at the prestigious Parsons the New School for Design into a couture line.

Called Aschobi, Kargbo’s high-end line is based in Freetown, the capitol of her war-shattered West African country, according to GOOD Magazine, which says her “clothes give traditional African style an urban twist.”

On her line’s Facebook page, Kargbo describes her mission as seeking to “Africanize the fashion industry, removing the African from exotic to everyday while at the same time continuing the legacy of African Couture as was begun in Dakar and Bamako in the 1950s.”

PHOTO: Henry Jacobson

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Ga Ga: Designer Adama Kargbo Makes Fashion, Not War

Categories: Fashion.

Escaping the confines of civil war, Sierra Leone native Adama Kargbo, 24, has spun the wounds from her country and the skills she sharpened at the prestigious Parsons the New School for Design into a couture line.

Called Aschobi, Kargbo’s high-end line is based in Freetown, the capitol of her war-shattered West African country, according to GOOD Magazine, which says her “clothes give traditional African style an urban twist.”

On her line’s Facebook page, Kargbo describes her mission as seeking to “Africanize the fashion industry, removing the African from exotic to everyday while at the same time continuing the legacy of African Couture as was begun in Dakar and Bamako in the 1950s.”

PHOTO: Henry Jacobson

Categories: Fashion.

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  1. This is my very first time reading your blog publication. I personally use a personal approach with my target audience and also engage straight into further conversation on twitter and other internet sites and it really aids me connect with individuals of interest on this matter. When I’ve examined other blogs, personally i think like I know all of them with a mix of personal testimonies and writing as they speak. However, at times they don’t give personal stories – so their own writing really can make this topic challenging to understand.

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