Prêt-À-Poundo: Black Fashion Week Paris - Adama Paris

Senegalese Fashion designer Adama Amanda Ndiaye, founder of Adama Paris, at Back Fashion Week Paris.

Senegalese Fashion designer Adama Amanda Ndiaye, whose label is known as Adama Paris, needs no introduction. N'diaye is an inspiration in the African fashion industry. Working for the expansion of the visibility of African design, she has been organizing the Dakar Fashion Week for 10 years and already held the first Black Fashion Week in Prague with much more to come...

For the first Black Fashion Week in Paris, her collection was ... black! Celebrating the woman's body, she showcased a variety of black dresses made from satin, silk and embroidered cotton.

*All pictures by Nicolas Romain

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