African Headwraps “DUKU” holds a distinctive position in the history of African dressing both for its longevity and potent signification. It never passed out of fashion. .
The hardwrap in Ghana we call it “DUKU ” represents far more than a piece of fabrics worn around the head.
This distinctive cloth head covering has been called variously in different societies. For instance, in Ghana we call it “DUKU” ,and in Nigeria they call it “GELE “
Some years ago, mothers use to wear these head pieces to church to serve as an indication of Holiness and Respect to GOD and place of Worship. .
But now ladies will want to show off your thousand cedis of Brazilian hair and hair accessories and products. .
Designers like the Late KOFI ANSAH was a true ambassador for headwrap in Ghana and beyond where it was seen in all his collections and looks signifying a true African woman. .
Ghanaian Fashion Designer KENNEDY KOFI ANSAH creative Director for his fashion brand @afrikenbynana also has kept the touch burning. He exhibits the headwrap “DUKU” in all his collections, photoshoots, and styling jobs from day one.
AFRIKEN BY NANA IS “DUKU” AND “DUKU” IS AFRIKEN. .
. In view of this FREDERICK NII ARYEE of YOURSTYLENOTEBOOK AND AFRIKENBYNANA is bringing you the “DUKU EXPERIENCE “.
because headwrap is not just Worn at traditional marriage ceremonies but can be an everyday look when styled beautifully with your outfits.
THE “DUKU EXPERIENCE “
DESIGNED OUTFITS @afrikenbynana @annesibespoke @afreako
HEADWRAP STYLED BY @afrikenbynana