Rehma Chachage. Photograph by Jarrtan Naphta.
3 February 2014
by Sophie Mepham
'What matters in a dress is the woman who is wearing it’ – NaKadhalika-NK (Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania) embraces the female form with an exquisite African touch, each garment wrapping around each woman’s body finds expressions of inner beauty, sexuality and boldness. For NaKadhalika-NK, “each piece is more than a garment, rather an extension of inner emotions, expression of confidence and a statement of who we are – that in each woman there is a confident and free soul.” Using colorful African and universal fabrics, creates fusion, converging the African persona with a modern twist.
British Council Project