From the series "Our Nightly Bread" - a photographic essay on prostitutes in Lourenço Marques, Portuguese East Africa (Mozambique) by Ricardo Rangel.
1960’s to 1970’s.
All Africa, All the time.
- John Steinbeck, East of Eden (via tobia)
The WIFI GODDESS
featuring the beautiful Alees
and custom mamadoux dress by Elliot Beach
photography/styling by marinafini
Eartha Kitt slamming and shutting down street harassment and objectification in Anna Lucasta (1958)
Let’s all take a minute or several to admire the extensive handiwork of Anita Quansah modeled by Ayoola Bakare.
"Anita Quansah London was created in 2006 by bespoke jewellery curator Anita Quansah. After obtaining a textile degree in 2003, from Chelsea College of Art and Design London, Anita Quansah has been working to develop and promote recycling in her designs by creating elaborate one of kind statement jewelleries.
Her pieces are strong statements, which are a fusion of modern bohemian tribal mixed with her cultural background which is African.
Anita Quansah entered the fashion industry producing works for the likes of Christian Lacroix, DKNY, Diane Von Furstenberg, Ischiko, Victoria Secret, Ecko and textiles Weisbrod Zurrer and Sandy Starkman and being involved with Indigo, Premier Vision in Paris and other such exhibitions.)