Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 11.5K If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! Teyana Me Shay Jacqueli Shumpert is an American singer-songwriter, actress, dancer, choreographer, director and model. In 2005, Taylor signed a record deal with American musician Pharrell Williams’ Star Trak Entertainment imprint, before making her first national appearance on MTV’s My Super Sweet 16. Teyan Taylor x Coming2America As of now, most of us a probably excited in watching her role in the upcoming ‘Coming2America‘ the sequel to the classic movie ‘Coming To America’ by Eddie Murphy. Teyan Taylor With Wesley Snipes According to the commercial, Teyan will be playing the role of a female rebel working alongside Wesley Snipes character, who plays the role of wanting to overthrow Eddie Murphy as the king of Zamunda. You can see more below. VIDEO: Eddie Murphy’s Son In ‘Coming2America’ Unveiled In Another Funny New Trailer Teyan Taylor Serves African Fashion Her Way However, if you think that is the most you will see of the actress in African fashion think again. Last week Teyan Taylor published more images, as usual, to share her fabulous style with the world. There is no denying her urban style composed of bralette tops, baggy pants definitely pick some influence from the 90s era, specifically resembling that of Aaliyah and old skul RnB groups like Xscape. Still, within her urban persona, Teyan managed to serve a touch of African fashion by rocking a bogolan fabric jacket. The Great Bogolan Fabric The bogolan fabric is a traditionally made-in-Mali fabric known to westerners as Mud Cloth. It sees angular patterns with cream and different shades of brown, at times monochrome. Some of which is sold on our online boutique. Add to cart Quick ViewAdd to Wishlist Mud Cloth Trophy JacketRated 4.50 out of 5 $120.00 Hot Add to cart Quick ViewAdd to Wishlist Mud Cloth Trench Coat In Midi LengthRated 5.00 out of 5 $160.00 Hot Add to cart Quick ViewAdd to Wishlist Mud Cloth Caped Shoulder JacketRated 5.00 out of 5 $200.00 -27% Add to cart Quick ViewAdd to Wishlist Bogolan Fringe Bag $110.00 $80.00 It’s a handmade Malian cotton fabric traditionally dyed with fermented mud. It has an important place in traditional Malian culture and has, more recently, become a symbol of Malian cultural identity. Teyan Keeps It Real Recently, there have been various print editions stemming from China, but we can assure you Teyan Taylor is rocking the original edit. Although the creative/s behind the brand was not creditted, the message was still strong. See her do her thing below. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Fashion GHANA.com | Official 🏁 (@fashionghana_com) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jimmy Neutch- Shumpert (@teyanataylor) Ghana Celebrity Watch UPCOMING TOP EVENTS! VIEW ALL EVENTSAFRICAS BIGGEST FASHION WEEK IS HERE!Click Here To Submit stories Email: [email protected] or HashTag #FashionGHANA Teyan Taylor Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail Abigail Oluwakemi I'm a fashion stylist turned blogger, I hope you love my work. More For You The International BRICS+ Fashion Summit Is Here & Kicks Off In Moscow November... Another Black Model Maleesa Mooney Found Murdered Shortly After Nichole Coats Rogue Wave Is Set To Unveil Angolan Elegance & Style In Ghana At... Promising Fashion Student Mary Agona’s Nature-Inspired Collection Shook Up The Riohs Runway! See The Full List Of Accra Fashion Week 2023 Designers Celebrating Culture From... Africa’s Is Set To Take Over The Sportswear Industry: Kudos to Fashion Pioneer... VIDEO: 400 Stunning Models Cast For Accra Fashion Weeks 10th Edition; See Them... #OOTD: Barbados Fashion Brand Arisar Serves Us Macrame Cravings For Our Resort Fantasies “I’m Done Being Memed For Being In An Interracial Relationship” Bill Gates Daughter... #OOTD: Sika Osei Scoops The Outfit Of The Day In This Regal Stylish... Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.