A PATTERN OF SOPHISTICATION “D-R DEEPLY ROOTED” IN NEW COLLECTION BY Djes’wendé
Fabrics with pattern have a way of portraying beauty and elegance in a rather sophisticated way, in that it is admirable to see an individual wrapped up in the perfect combination of pattern fabrics with a touch of plain fabrics or other materials to create that perfect blend. In all truth, it doesn’t always work but when it does, it’s definitely a blog worthy post.
Djes’wendé is a Togolese fine exuberant lady who studied in Paris and now holds a Masters in International Affairs and currently working in an International Shipping Company.
WHY FASHION THEN?
Fashion has always been a passion for me. I work actually in an International Shipping company, so fashion is my part time work because I have in my soul cant’ live without it.
TELL US ABOUT THE D-R “DEEPLY ROOTED” COLLECTION
My collection is about my unconditional pride in Africa, how the continent inspires more and more with so much bright and beautiful colors in African fabrics.
I am so addicted to those fabrics that I decided to name this collection: D-R Deeply Rooted.
I always see life as a painting full of colors and when I see an African fabric, the beauty of the color inspire so much
WHY DID YOU CHOOSE TO WORK WITH BEN BOND OF OAB PHOTOGRAPHY?
My model did some of her shooting with him and I like his pictures and his work. I like to work with competent people. And it was a challenge for me to work with a photographer of another country. I love challenges.
There is a significant reason to why fashion designers name their collections and their brand and well. They’ll tell you how intense the name is and how much it means to them. Often, it is associated with a particular struggle, victory of history. Sometimes, it is simply a name that strikes a strong sensation related to the making of their collection. According to Djes’wendé, her clothing brand Djes’wendé is her actual first name which means LOOK AT GOD!
The collection is a ideal reflection of an elegant African woman who loves her fabric in a perfect blend of patterns and plain, with leather and some lace, and a significant touch of flattery with zero intentions of misleading.
Take a look:
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Photographer: Ben Bond (OAB Photography)