Ezer presents Aphrodite A/W 17/1 | A Fusion of Kente & Aso-Oke
Boudoir tailor, Ezer released their Autumn/Winter 17/18 Collection tagged ‘Aphrodite’. The lookbook features bridal gowns, a jumpsuit and a couple of wedding guest outfits. The pieces were made of ‘Kente-Oke’, a hybrid of the Ghanaian traditionally woven Kente and the Nigerian aso-oke; intricately woven to give a romantic light feel and sensually fused with Chantilly and beaded French laces.
We present ‘Aphrodite’
Beads and diamantes forged in the empyrean fiery furnaces.
Pearls collected from celestial waters.
Ostrich plumes collected from Venuses’ ostrich farms subliming on elysian engineered fabrics.
An ethereal weave of gold wires with dainty cotton from Heras’ fields.
Crafted by Zeus himself for the earthly maiden tying knots with an Olympian.
All celestial beings were witnesses.
A gift from the Olympians to mankind.
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- Creative Director: Ebenezer Harrison
- Photographer: Charlene Asare
- Videographer: Nana Yaw Kuampa
- Make up: Valerie Lawson
- Model: Kenza Hamdi
- Fabrics: Dachel and Co. (Kente Oke), B and E fabrics