Ghanaian fashion brand, Alikoto’s Clothing is one brand that knows how to mix modern looks with a simple African tough. The brand released a 2014 collection called “The Goddess Collection, made with fabrics by Josef Otten’s “African Urban Collection”.

Symbolizes Yemoja, giver of life.

Symbolizes Yemoja, giver of life.

Symbolizes Yemoja, giver of life.

Symbolizes Yemoja, giver of life.

Symbolizes Doreema, queen goddess, bleeding beauty and commanding attention.

Symbolizes Doreema, queen goddess, bleeding beauty and commanding attention.

Alikoto-Clothing-for-Josef-Otten-The-goddess-collection-FAB-Magazine1 (10)The collection is exquisite and 100% African. According to the brand, each piece represents a particular goddess and what they stand for. The collection comes with some pretty cute, funky pieces made with African prints.

The collection was photographed by Gerard Nartey Photography

Symbolizes Leza: the supreme goddess, the one who bends even kings.

Symbolizes Leza: the supreme goddess, the one who bends even kings.

Symbolizes Leza: the supreme goddess, the one who bends even kings.

Symbolizes Leza: the supreme goddess, the one who bends even kings.

Symbolizes Leza: the supreme goddess, the one who bends even kings.

Symbolizes Leza: the supreme goddess, the one who bends even kings.

Symbolizes Naba; the unquestionable goddess, she makes defiance a trend to stick to.

Symbolizes Naba; the unquestionable goddess, she makes defiance a trend to stick to.

Symbolizes Naba; the unquestionable goddess, she makes defiance a trend to stick to.

Symbolizes Naba; the unquestionable goddess, she makes defiance a trend to stick to

Symbolizes Atete, goddess of fertility

Symbolizes Atete, goddess of fertility

Symbolizes Atete, goddess of fertility

Symbolizes Atete, goddess of fertility

 

The collection comes with some pretty cute, funky pieces made with African prints.

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