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Lets quickly update you on why you must always rock the Ankara Fabrics one reason why we are ..

A Dutch-African fashion promoter based in Holland, Joan Drost, has described African fashion as the most vibrant and colourful in the world. Drost made it clear that variation of, especially, Nigerian outfits made them stood above the rest of the world…#Wow!.

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Though considered to be one of the cheapest fabrics in the market today [ which i personally doubt as we now have ankara fabrics as expensive as N35,000 per print i.e $98] Ankara which is popularly referred to as African print, has carved its impact in the heart of the fashion world. This reporter traces its unique history and current travails.

ANKARA HISTORY

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The fabric which has proven to be versatile to an extent is now recognised and used globally. It has suddenly become a must-have in the wardrobes of many people, irrespective of their origin or culture.

Many years ago, Ankara used to be known as the most used fabric amongst Africans. However, it lost its use with the introduction of western forms of clothing to Africa.

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This newly found love with foreign forms of clothing among other factors eventually led to its collapse.

In its real state though, the origin of Ankara is not at all African but rather European. Ankara, which was formerly known as ‘Dutch wax print’, was originally manufactured by the Dutch for the Indonesian textile market.

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But by design, these prints garnered more interest in West Africa than in Indonesia which led the Dutch to focus more on West Africa.

THE ANKARA FABRICS EVOLUTION

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In the past, Ankara fabric used to be considered as a fabric used for only cultural activities and also a low form of fabric meant for only the poor people who cannot afford the western clothing.

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