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Photo by Amarachi Nwosu.

OkayAfrica's 'AFRICAN AF' FW17 Collection Is Here

Check out our streetstyle look book showing the new designs you need in your closet.

OkayAfrica presents the FW17 edition of our AFRICAN AF collection.


We took your favorite tees from our debut SS17 collection and made them in cozy crewneck and hooded sweatshirts, along with a new tee you can rock when you're ready to wage Jollof Wars.

We also wanted to keep the momentum going and continue to proudly show where we're from and what we love.

SHOP THE FW17 'AFRICAN AF' COLLECTION HERE

These products are Standard Issue, made of premium cotton, and coming to you straight from the OkayAfrica team.

Take a peek at our AFRICAN AF FW17 lookbook below, with photography by Amarachi Nwosu, and shop the collection at our OkayAfrica store.

Fela Sport Crewneck Sweatshirt in Navy and Grey.Photo by Amarachi Nwosu.

Fela Sport Crewneck Sweatshirt in Navy and Grey.Photo by Amarachi Nwosu.

Jollof Wars Tee.Photo by Amarachi Nwosu.

Afrobeats Hooded Sweatshirt.Photo by Amarachi Nwosu.

Afrobeats Hooded Sweatshirt.Photo by Amarachi Nwosu.

AFRICAN Uni Crewneck Sweatshirt in Maroon and Grey.Photo by Amarachi Nwosu.

AFRICAN Uni Crewneck Sweatshirt in Grey.Photo by Amarachi Nwosu.

AFRICAN Uni Crewneck Sweatshirt in Maroon.Photo by Amarachi Nwosu.

AFRICAN Uni Crewneck Sweatshirt in Maroon and Grey.Photo by Amarachi Nwosu.

Leaders Crewneck Sweatshirt.Photo by Amarachi Nwosu.

AFRICAN AF Hooded Sweatshirt.Photo by Amarachi Nwosu.

AFRICAN AF Hooded Sweatshirt and Leaders Crewneck Sweatshirt.Photo by Amarachi Nwosu.

Credits

Models: Vanessa Osabutey & Devin Johnson

Photographer: Amarachi Nwosu

Stylist: Prince Aday

Producer: Michael Rotimi

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