There’s nothing like the feel and look of authentic Kente cloth – and now Kwasi Asare has created a new line of special KENTE CLOTH BOW TIES!!!!!!!!!! These authentic Kente weave bow ties add a touch of style and beauty – and a splash of color – to any dress shirt. Just one authentic Kente … More Kwasi Asare’s New Authentic Kente Cloth Bow Ties are Now Available!!!!!!!!
Kente cloth is becoming iconic. In the movie Black Panther Kente cloth was symbolic of T’challa and his royal family as role the King of Wakanda. But the appearance of Kente cloth in the film was just a reflection of how Hollywood is catching up with the pervasiveness of Kente in African and African-American … More Kente as a universal African symbol
Recently, when Naomi Campbell was at a fashion show in Durban, South Africa, she touched upon an important subject in art, culture and fashion that probably isn’t talked about enough. The typical historical pattern for Africa – and other indigenous nations and cultures around the world – is for Europeans and the Western world to … More Naomi Campbell on the profitability and marketing African fashion and fabrics
This video is from a special workshop that Kwasi Asare presented for the Arts Facet of Old Dominion Virginia Chapter, the Links, at a Washington, D.C. Boys & Girls Club. The workshop was part of a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) program developed by the Links organization. This kind of workshop is particularly … More Kente Workshop at a Washington, D.C. Boys & Girls Club
http://www.ultimatehistoryproject.com/kente-cloth-and-the-history-of-the-ashanti-people.html By JESSICA ACHBERGER Kente cloth is deeply intertwined with the history of the Ashanti nation. The Ashanti Empire or Confederacy, which was located in what is today Ghana, first emerged in West Africa during the seventeenth century. The Ashanti are members of the Akan people who speak the Akan or Ashanti dialect. The word … More Kente: Not just any cloth