Africa Feature: Taibo Bacar. Full Stop. [Mozambique]

We decided to feature this Mozambican designer’s work simply because it cannot go without praise. By the time we were done looking through his work, this article came to life. Looking through his collections, leaves you speechless and simultaneously in desperate need of getting your hands on one of them or all. Taibo Bacar, ladies and gentlemen, is worth every award he has received for his work and easily considered one of the leading brands in Africa. Taibo Bacar was the first African brand to showcase in Milan Fashion Week and is slowly conquering the world.

The Taibo Bacar brand, founded in 2008, is know for it’s fusion of high fashion and ready to wear. Emphasizing the feminine body, Taibo Bacar uses only selected cutting techniques and the highest grade material making the Taibo Bacar women the subject of conversation, envy and respect.

In the African Fashion industry TAIBO BACAR is considered a “solid and sustainable pillar for the forthcoming years.” We could go and on about his work we shall rather show you.

FW/14-15MADEMOISELLE BACAR

Mademoiselle Bacar represents the essence of the character of Taibo Bacar’s woman. This collection was inspired by five women that were, and are, icons of their time. Five generations, all sharing a stunning style combined by simplicity and class. Evita Peron, Grace Kelly, Jackie Kennedy, Lady Diana, Sheikha Mozah. Mademoiselle Bacar is a chic, vibrant and timeless collection.

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2 Comments
  1. Hello,
    My name is Mrs. smith-Bryant. I am a third grade teacher in Newark, NJ. I would like to put on a Afro-Fashion Show with my students for Black History Month in February. I am asking if you could send us fabric remnants so that I can make items for my students. Anything you can give will be greatly appreciated. You may contact me at my email above or you can send the remnants to:
    So. 17th Street School
    619 so. 1`7th Street
    Newark, NJ, 07103

    Thank you in advance! 🙂

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