“Decolonising fashion” can reproduce inequality – a compelling reflection by Beatrace Angut Oola

by Enrica Picarelli


At the heart of Beatrace Angut Oola’s practice is the belief that high fashion is – and has always been – profoundly influenced by African aesthetics, even more so in the present, thanks to high-speed digital communication. By promoting the work of African and Afro-diasporic creatives, she champions equality and inclusivity, while giving visibility to a global Afrocentric aesthetic emerging out of trans-continental networks of exchange.

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