Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 988 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! Ghana Insight & Advise Trends & Style Tips Any enhancements towards accessorizing outfits and clothes are amazing, and it seems the corona virus pandemic might be adding a new one to the world of African fashion. More Articles You Would Love Marobuk Presents “Printastic” 2018 Collection For The Vibrant Woman South African Artists Takes On The Beauty Of Miss Universe 2019 In The Beautiful Portrait Of Zozi A lot of the attributes towards precautions for the COVID19 virus is not new, most of them (if you are from an African house hold) are things your mother urged you to do that you didn’t think was so essential. Spraying your room with disinfectant, using hand sanitizers and so on. And although it wasn’t something you grappled onto religiously, as these times pass, it might be something that will stick with many of us despite how essential it is post Covid19. However nose masks in Africa was not something on anybodies list prior to the Covid19, neither in much of the west. But in China, we have all seen how popular nose masks are. In fact not only in China but to the Chinese. Visitors around the world would have noticed a large number of Chinese people were nose masks in and out of their country. This is probably due to past experiences such as this. So will this experience also leave the rest of the world adopting nose masks casually? And by all means it will definitely be designed to fit the narrative of our culture. Balaclava’s were once a trend, until it became a tool for crime also. It seems fashion houses in Africa should definitely be looking at nose masks as a potential ongoing trend despite the demise or end of COVID19. There will be skepticism or people that feel their health is too precious to be infected by other despite COVID19. And then there will be those that want to be stylishly extra, all of whom will be embracing the nose mask trend. Fabulous Nose Masks By US Based Fashion Brand Tidal Cool Designers might need to be prepared to ensure for every outfit made there is a matching nose mask. And please Africa, explore creativity! Avoid the typical cliche of African fashion creativity where you make the print edition of something that exists and think you are a designer for doing so. Don’t just make the ‘African Print’ nose masks, explore beads, fringes, jewels, different shapes, artwork, alternative ways for it to sit on the head, please…..be designers. Enjoy some inspiration below from Nana Akua Addo and others. View this post on Instagram #Afrima2017 Stylist @e.x.o.d.u.z Face Jewelry @maisonmartinmargriela (24K Gold) Dress @rikatoobyme Makeup @Make_upbykilo Photography @anny_robert #ghishgirl A post shared by Nana Akua Addo. (@nanaakuaaddo) on Nov 12, 2017 at 9:55am PST View this post on Instagram LOT OF UNCERTAINTY GOING INTO THE FUTURE. GOD MERCY ?? A post shared by Nana Akua Addo. (@nanaakuaaddo) on Mar 26, 2020 at 12:33am PDT fgstyle Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail More For You VIDEO: Naomi Campbell Scoops Two Seperate Awards This Week For Her Fight Against... #OOTD: Former Miss Cote d’Ivoire 2005 Sery Dorcas Isn’t Not Playing When It... Adidas Takes A Big Loss Working With Beyonce’s ‘Ivy Park’ & Cuts Ties... Ghanaian Fashion Illustrator Awarded The First Graduate Award By The Fashion Trust U.S. Police Show Up To Rihanna’s Home To Detain A Stranger Who Attempted To... #OOTD: Akosua Vee May Just Be Attempting To Revive African Prints In The... The Macallan Hosts Accra’s Entertainment And Business Industries To Splendid Experience Cape Town Fashion Week 2023 Kicks Off! Here Is What You Are Missing 10 Vital Lessons You Must Know Before Working With Any Photographer; Scams, Payments... Egypt Set To Host Its 1st Ever Fashion Week In Cairo Dubbed “The... You must log in to post a comment.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.