Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, known professionally as Cardi B, is an American rapper, songwriter, and actress. Born in Manhattan and raised in the Bronx, New York City, she became an Internet celebrity by achieving popularity on Vine and Instagram.
For those that don’t know, she also have a live stream show on facebook called Cardi Tries on her page, and on it Cardi B Gets Africanized. This sees the celebrity engage in various social circles trying out various things.
Cardi B Tries
In the first episode (which we are a bit late on) Cardi B took some dance classes, African dance classes to be precise.
She wore a headwrap as well as a waist wrap over black spandex styled by US based print fanatics ‘AllThingsAnkara’, with earrings by Trufacebygrace, and was learning wine and grind to hard hitting African drum beats.
Watch Cardi B Gets Africanized
Watch her dance moves on our instagram channel below.
Dancing The Dunun
Cardi tried ballet as well as the Dunun dance. The Dunun dance, also known as the Dundun dance, is a West-African dance combining stick drumming and dance.
The I Like It hitmaker is seen wearing an African print wrapper tied around her waist with matching head gear.
Cardi B, who recently scooped Billboard’s Woman of the Year award, loved the African outfit she wore and said it felt like it was the one for her.
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Cardi B Gets Africanized; 2019
The video above is not the first time the rap star has stepped into African fashion. In fact rocking African fashion was her thing during her 2019 visit to Africa, Ghana and Nigeria to be specific.
And when she wore kente the time she swerved the Ghanaian celebrities.
All in all, the Dominican beauty born in New York USA, prides herself on being black and in some discussions African.
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The International Fashion Festival in Togo (FIMO 228) has established itself for nine years now as a benchmark fashion event that promotes the talents of designers from all over the world. Like every fashion event, FIMO 228 reflects the art in fashion and all the cultures of the countries represented by the designers present. Presently on the FIMO 228, creators, models, photographers, journalists, national and international media. But it does not stop there. Each year, FIMO228 is part of a logic of commitment to solving the problems of our society. Thus, the 10th edition of FIMO 228 has the social theme “Fashion is committed to protecting the environment” and the artistic theme “Féérie”. Now the dice for the 10th has been rolled;
All-African Leather Fair (AALF): the trade show organizing by The Ethiopian Leather Industries Association
(ELIA) from the first edition in 2008 up to 12th successfully. AALF brings together tanners, footwear and
other leather goods manufacturers, in addition of equipment and technology suppliers, chemical and
inputs suppliers, manpower training institutions, trade promotion organizations, etc from all over the
African companies and organizations are expected to constitute the largest attendance. The Fair is a
specialized one designed to promote the African leather industry and to enable it create an interface with
its partners within the continent and around the world. There is side events included occurring parallel
with the show Panel discussion, Fashion show, Fashion Zone, Leather Talent show.
Due to the Global market situation and the pandemic impact the leather sector in Ethiopia and Africa at
large heavily affected. It is expected that the upcoming AALF trade fair will play its role in motivating the
sector in market expansion, facilitating inter Africa business relation .Investment Attraction, Technology
transfer and etc… To motivate the sector The government starts school shoe and bag project under the
initiation the manufacturing sector “Let Ethiopia produce “ “ Ethiopia Tamret“ as the sector dependent
on inputs such as chemical, accessories and component supplier will be expected in wide participation.
Considering these AALF2023 will Have new components fashion show will be including some Africa
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