The world is moving faster than we know it, and fashion is not left behind, especially West African fashion that has been properly represented by the Ghanaian fashion industry that stands toe-to-toe with foreign fashion. The Ghanaian Ankara which is one of the symbols of our cultural values is not patronized on a global scale, basically because our models at home have shown the world that Ghanaian textile is leading giant.
From traditional Wedding outfits to bikinis, the Ankara has evolved to something more than just a fabric, plus the beautiful models who wear the Ankara do their very best to make a huge statement by revealing some curves that causes a stir on the internet.
Celebrity models know the importance of showing off their Ankara designs because most Ghanaians prefer to patronize the home made material which are stronger than some of the imported fabric. Check out some of the most beautiful Ankara designs rocked by curvy models;
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