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So, we're drooling over the "urban indigenous" lookbook for AFIA's spring and summer offerings. The aesthetic comes from the technicolor daydreams of Brooklyn designer Meghan Sebold, and the pieces fold her love for Ghanaian textiles into an '80s South Beach street scene.
The looks are consistent with the vibrant and global imagination we loved last spring, and for 2012, she's put together a collection of super-sweet crop-tops and dresses that keeps things transcontinental and eco-friendly! Think Keith Haring taking to peplum instead of buildings. Oh, and the best part? You can buy them online here, starting today!
Photos: Courtesy of Afia
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