This is a fashion editorial showcasing our Okayafrica Dan-Nguere Tee with emerging and mainstream fashion designers, photographed by Rae Maxwell.
This week, we highlight our Okayafrica Dan-Nguere Tees. This rendering of an ancient Dan-Nguere tribal mask takes on psychedelic dimensions when Marcus of Rockers NYC gets his design on it. In this style guide, you'll discover two imprisoned dolls. They're pretty and make us think of an old 60's french tune called "Poupée de cire, Poupée de son," by Serge Gainsbourg, sang by France Gall. Composer/singer Gainsbourg was known to fill his lyrics with double meanings, wordplay and puns. Music journalist Sylvie Simmons thought that it was about "the ironies and incongruities inherent in baby pop" and "the songs young people turn to for help in their first attempts at discovering what life and love are about are sung by people too young and inexperienced themselves to be of much assistance, and condemned by their celebrity to be unlikely to soon find out."