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IAMISIGO Shares 'Taboo' Collection Inspired By The Wodaabe

Nigeria/Ghana-based label IAMISIGO's Spring/Summer 2015 collection, 'Taboo,' is inspired by the Wodaabe, a Fulani ethnic group in the Sahel.

IAMISIGO is the Nigeria/Ghana-based womenswear brand started in 2009 by Nigerian designer/stylist Bubu Ogisiwith the intent of fusing African culture with audacious yet minimal designs. After unveiling their chic White Noise resort collection in August, the label has now launched a gorgeous Spring/Summer 2015 collection inspired by the Wodaabe (also known as "People of the Taboo), a nomadic Fulani ethnic group in the Sahel known for their elaborate ceremonies and traditional attire. On the inspiration behind Taboo, a description on IAMISIGO's website explains:

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