4 Kenyan Celebs Attended The South Africa Afro Punk Festival And We Are Totally Jealous - ZUMI
9 months ago, 10 Jan 11:38
If South Africa Is On Your bucket list then you will be happy to know that there are many of us out here too! We could even start a South Africa FOMO association just to stand in solidarity of the fact that South Africa is a country of rich culture, awesome holiday destinations, the home of Nelson Mandela and amazing music. The AfroPunk Festival has been held in the US for years now and it has always been the source of inspiring looks for fashionistas who would like to stand out. Attendees are encouraged to wear outfits and accessories that define their African heritage and that also brings their creativity to life. Kenyan celebrities like Patricia Kihoro, Jay Take A Pic, Adelle Onyango and Wanjira Longauer went all the way to South Africa to attend the edition that was in Johannesburg. According to the AfroPunk Festival website, this is the definition of the movement. Afro: as in, born of African spirit and heritage; see also black (not always), see also rhythm and color, see also other, see also underdog. Punk: as in, rebel, opposing the simple route, imbued with a DIY ethic, looking forward with simplicity, rawness and open curiosity; see also other, see also underdog. AFROPUNK is defining culture by the collective creative actions of the individual and the group. It is a safe place, a blank space to freak out in, to construct a new reality, to live your life as you see fit, while making sense of the world around you. These are the outfits they wore the AfroPunk Festival.
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