Of Another Fashion

An alternative archive of the not-quite-hidden but too often ignored fashion histories of U.S. women of color

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This is my mother Alice Antwi. A photographer came to her father’s house in Kumasi and took this photo of her standing on the porch (ca. 1975). She’s wearing an afro wig.

Submitted by Ama Kyere (Ellicott City, MD).

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    woman could be a store mannequin, she looks so beautiful
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  15. lifeisjustgrand said: this is awesome. My family used to live in kumasi:)