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July 20th, 2013

“Tropical Sophistication” – Ella & Gabby Presents New A/W 2013 Collection

There is always a touch of luxury needed to add to our wardrobes every now and again and AFG have found the perfect pieces to add further richness and style. The Tropical Sophistication AW13 collection from  Ella & Gabby label is every bit luxurious, elegant and exquisitely designed. The Nigerian brand headed by Ada Mgbudem displays simplified art of sophisticated designs in a classic dress form.

The AW13 collection has an array of bold colours such as vivid purples, neon blues, sea greens, yellows along side the use of Ankara prints beautifully placed in each design. The use of chiffon and silks compliment the silhouette adding to the luxurious look, flattering  the female curves of any woman.

This creative collection is one to check out with each design bringing a fresh air of true elegance and beauty to any woman of style.

To check out this fabulous collection for yourself, Ella & Gabby will be showcasing their collection at Africa Fashion Week London on Saturday 3rd August 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Credit:

Styling: Ezinne Chinkata
Photography: Moussa Moussa
Hair: Ola
Make-up: House of Tara

Email: info@ellaandgabby.com

For more information visit: www.ellaandgabby.com

For more information on AFWL visit: www.africafashionweeklondon.com

 





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