Archive for October 29th, 2012

With bright, modern, pop-art and geometric patterns, Busayo’s African traditional fabrics are more ‘fashion’ than ‘ethnic’.  Her designs combine hand-crafted fabrics printed using age-old traditional methods and dying techniques with simple, chic, stylish cuts that are perfect for the sophisticated, city-dwelling woman going about town.    Based in New York, Busayo actively contributes to creating local jobs and preserving   Read More …

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