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Woman’s History Month–Paying Homage to Mom

To celebrate Women’s History Month, I’m paying homage to my mother, whose gorgeous outfits and sophisticated styles imbue and infuse the design platform of MansaWear.  Here’s to my mother, Comfort, and grandmother, Nana Mansa, MansaWear’s namesake. I not only learned my sense of style from them, but also owe common sense attitude and business acumen …

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Ghanaian Emojis–Kente Cloth & Adinkra Symbols

Please join me at this free, fun and interactive “talking fabrics” presentation on Wednesday at the downtown public library! Rochester’s Central Library is celebrating Black History Month by exploring Kente cloth and Adinkra symbols, two Ghanaian fabrics that function as a language. As Egyptians used hieroglyphics and Millennials use emojis to communicate, Ghanaians use textile weaves and fabric …

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Fine Arts Show Benefitting the Sisterhood of Temple B’rith Kodesh

Coming straight from Fashion Week’s “Fashion on the Edge” to Temple B’rith Kodesh’s Fine Arts Show on Sunday, November 6th, from 9AM – 5PM. Stop by and check out all the #styles we previewed on the runway. Plus, get a start on your holiday shopping – accessories, hand-made jewelry and much more. Dazzled by the …

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