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I cannot express the uneasiness in me caused by these findings that brought a nostalgic intrusion of mystery and beauty all at once. The truth about head wraps has released me from a tyranny of conscious thoughts about my past.

A story about my past is that , In the beginning of times, it is said that head wraps were a standard dress for the enslaved. In the west, they were worn by African-American slaves so as to absorb their perspiration as they worked tirelessly in the harsh sun. Now, the truth about my past is, here, south of the equator before slavery, Africans had identified with it as a communal identity symbol and further used it as a shield to tote water or balance off farm produce on their heads.

Originally from the sub-Sahara, head wraps are worn usually by women to functions or special celebrations as a sign of respect.In my Tswana culture, a head wrap, tukwi,  is an essential cultural token – a concrete token or symbol of identification, and mostly worn as a status symbol and also signals botho “respect. It is donned mostly by married women for special celebrations and occasions like weddings, or used as a veil for widows, but in black.

Fast forward to the modern times, one feet from gold, still painting our own visual meditation, head wraps are still regarded as a significant part in most African cultures. They are nowadays mostly worn as a sense of style -a fashion statement or as an accessory solution to cure a bad hair day. In fashion terms, the bold and ornate the cloth, the bolder the tribal art statement.

As I was skimming through historical articles and journals (Unwinding the symbols) about head wraps, I learnt that it might have been an object of oppression from one vantage point, years ago for Africans Americans but for us, Africans, it shall remain an important token of cultural conversation – a crown rather than a helmet of courage.

Therefore, on this day I say, NOW is the time, more than ever to be ruthless. Be ruthless with ourselves and embrace who we truly are. To the world, respect OUR doek, respect the tukwi, in all its African sherbet hues.

Happy Youth Day!

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Photography | Botlhe Dikobe

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THE NEW KIND OF “COOL”

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With the new wave of cool- the unspoken minimalism, social media (instagram) visually cool rule, it’s so easy to lose yourself. It’s so easy to lose your own voice and follow other people’s own perspectives and (fashion) choices.

So, how do you free yourself from these false or unhelpful beliefs that the world throws at you and somehow become ingrained in the deepest recesses of your mind? As I took time off, I learnt that, everything is a self-portrait, so is fashion. I’ve come to realize and accept the fact that, I am colour. I am print vomit. I am more. I am not less. I am clashing personalities, a quirky sense of fashion and humor. I am an exaggeration in my fashion choices. I am not the new wave of suit and sneakers kind of girl. I am all in one and that’s okay. That’s okay by me.

So, when I woke up today, I felt a freeing feeling in the way that I respond to the world that deems being ‘less’ in fashion a thing. I will continue to dress my world, one hue at a time, two prints a day, with or without a nod from the world.

What I know for sure is, the world keeps changing its mind. Better create your own, solidify your identity, and be your “new kind of cool”- all ways, always.

Love.

Tsholo Dikobe
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CNN interviews GaTsh Fros

What if you wake up one day and receive a call that could change your life forever?
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I cannot express the shocking uneasiness caused in me by this intrusion of beauty. Well, on the 10th September 2015 our lives changed when we received a call from CNN headquarters about a feature on CNN for African Voices.What a godly moment for me and my second self, Gaone!

African voices- African Voices highlights the continent’s most dazzling trendsetters who create their own subcultures in areas such as travel, fashion, art, music, technology and architecture.

On 10th September,2015, we took out our most fashion forward, gatshy, quirky fashion to prepare for the biggest shoot of our lives yet- CNN interview shoot.

A combination of authentic creativity and new culture, a re-visit of time and a diverse message of futurism was the theme of the day. 6am, we made our way to the world class phoot studio booth, Image Lounge for a fashion shoot that immaculately designed the Africa that we have always known, the Africa that is a portal of inspiration..The Africa that is and not a trend. It was our prerogative to show another side of Africa which the media does not always portray.

Lights, camera, action! We started of showing our designs, the mogagolwane and went on the itinerary for the day which was to show a new Africa, an increasingly prosperous continent which has become the yardstick for defining fashion across the globe and defying judgmental platitudes.

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Models: Kaone Monamodi and Nature Inger in GaTsh Fros Kobo collection
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MODEL Nature Inger in Aobakwe Molosiwa Leteisi Playsuit.

We took the crew to a place that is so dear to our hearts. The flea market. The flea market gives us those once off pieces that instantaneously makes one’s closet a rich era of yester-year fashion and futuristic fashion duds. To wrap up the day, we showed Botswana’s bestest in street style and a gatshy street style shoot where we showed our style and many of our favorite looks from our closets.

At The end of the day, this was the beginning of our fashionable lives,
Because GOD, ..

Watch the video here, GaTsh Fros on CNN

BEHIND THE SCENES

Model Kaone Monamodi, Tsholo Dikobe, Make up rtist Bojelo Marari, Gaone Mothibi, Nature Inger, Igor
Model Kaone Monamodi, Tsholo Dikobe, Make up artist Bojelo Marari, Gaone Mothibi, Nature Inger, Igor

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The team with THE VOICE NEWSPAPER editor, EMANG BOKHUTLO (centre)

A hearty thank you to Image lounge Botswana, Make up artist Bojelo Marari, The Voice Newspaper, Models Kaone Monamodi and Nature Inger. Last but not least Kabelo “K-BOS” Motlhatlhedi.

 

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NEW AFRICAN WOMAN COVER GIRL & FASHION SUBMISSION, AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2014 Issue 26

tsolo What a freeing feeling it is to tell the world about a system that is not written by anyone but you? A system that lives dangerously free within your thoughts that you can uniquely address, express and expose willingly!

I realized that marches don’t work anymore, but that there is a new kind where you do not really have to SHOUT, or walk it out with a large white board. This new kind, you show. I have never felt so much euphoria and joy to be given such a great platform by the editor of NEW AFRICAN WOMAN EDITOR, REGINA, who asked me to share my work for the New Africa Woman fashion section a while back (5 months ago). This submission made it into the fashion section for NEW AFRICAN WOMAN issue 26, August/September 2014. Moreover, I am humbled and honored to be one of the few, (if not the first) motswana to grace an INTERNATIONAL FASHION MAGAZINE COVER. TSHOLO KAONE MOREMONG

Surreal.

What a great opportunity it is to expose Botswana’s precious gems of creatives and show the world who we are and what we stand for? It would be a sin to miss an opportunity to help another being get the recognition they deserve. Hence we turned this amazing opportunity into an ode to Botswana’s fashion industry featuring BW team of fashion creatives- the “creme de la creme” of BW fashion multipliers & designers, Neo Ooke (AFRICAN LACE) and Kaone Moremong (House of Kay),the amazing models Naledi Mabena and Palesa Kasale, amazing photographer Kago Seatile (Kagography), professional make-up artist Tuauana Reetsang (SCOTSWANA MAKE-UP) for their active minds and amazing point of view on fashion. For the cover, many hearty thanks goes to Raees Abdoola for the rich (billion dollar) cover and photography, Jennifer Osei-Mensah for the face beat (make-up), and Thapelo Letsebe for his unique styling on the spread.

We exposed Africa’s diverse, rich fashion and culture, through the new model of African designers epitomized by these 2 talented Botswana designers who I thought were fitting, have a unique eye and hand finish to best tell our African story. Their garments exhibit a new style of African fashion- a combination of creativity and new culture, a re-visit of time and a diverse message of futurism through their designs. Their intricacy,craftsmanship, and detailing are indeed exquisite. They immaculately design the Africa that we have always known, the Africa that is a portal of inspiration and which is not a trend. This is the new Africa, an increasingly prosperous continent which has become the yardstick for defining fashion across the globe and defying judgmental platitudes.

Welcome to Africa, the Africa they don’t tell you about.

HERE is the work I did – styling for New African WOMAN magazine (ISSUE 26) with my partner Gaone Mothibi.

OUR FASHION CONTRIBUTION _MG_9813 An exceptional headdress, which instantaneously makes any African woman a queen that she knows she is Rich, textured, and proud of her uncontaminated roots _MG_9706 _MG_9876 _MG_9804 _MG_9854 _MG_9555 Practical, desirable with minimalism details proving why her ladylike gestures whose quiet beauty will ensure long after the spotlight has dimmed. _MG_9511 _MG_9648 _MG_9947 DESERT FLOWER: Playing with what it means to be African, fused with African tribal elements to create a contemporary feel. _MG_9952
Get transported and immersed in Africa’s global trotter of bold prints, exotic accents, and earthly brights that take you in and out of Africa. Just a colourful stream of consciousness and creativity that flows out of Africa to the world, perfectly capturing the new Africa- Africa that is vibrant, rich, diverse and most of all, modern and authentic. Now tell me, where to from here? Every home needs a signature piece, and you know Africa’s: Printed, embellished, high-voltage or dual textures. _MG_9767 _MG_9665 _MG_9537

Kaone Moremong’s collection draws inspiration from the sexy 50’s: flowy cuts fused with a touch of African print and chic African Lace head-gear. A case of West meets South.

TILL NEXT TIME BECAUSE..Africa is calling!

CREDITS

FOR FASHION CONTRIBUTION
PHOTOGRAPHY | KAGO SEATILE (FASHION CONTRIBUTION SHOOT)
MAKE-UP ARTIST | TUAUANA REETSANG
MODELS | NALEDI MABENA & PALESA KASALE
STYLISTS | TSHOLO DIKOBE & GAONE MOTHIBI
DESIGNER | KAONE MOREMONG (HOUSE OF KAY)
ACCESSORIES DESIGNER | NEO MOTSEOISI OOKE (AFRICAN LACE)

FASHION COVER

PHOTOGRAPHY | RAEES ABDOOLA (FASHION COVER SHOOT)
MAKE-UP ARTIST | JENNIFER OSEI-MENSAH
COVER GIRL | TSHOLO DIKOBE
DESIGNER DRESS | KAONE MOREMONG (HOUSE OF KAY)
DESIGNER ACCESSORIES | NEO MOTSEOISI OOKE (AFRICAN LACE)

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Botswana on Fashion and Photography!

Botswana on Fashion and Photography!.

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SOLANGE AND I..

Today I stepped into myself and asked myself why that one Berliner photographer mistook me for Solange at the recent Berlin Mercedes-Benz fashion week. In my African stance,facing north,a voice pierced through my camera lens! One Berlin photographer hollered Solange’s name. In shock, I turned around to see where the queen of quirk was, and to my dismay he hollered. He hollered At me! OK. Was it because of my hair? Or because of how I was dressed? “You both wear your hair like that and you have a quirky style!” He said. Shocked yet flattered by the comparison, I smiled but I couldn’t stop thinking that I am kissed by the sun twice, while she, shimmers and maybe Solange was really there. Anyways, Story for another day. He went on about how he genuinely thought I was Solange. We went on for about another 10 minutes talking about fashion in Africa, Botswana and my style. It’s only today that I realize that,we are following the same fashion stars. I have loved “off-ish” fashion of mixing and missing prints ever since i could say “mama”. From that conversation with the Berliner photographer, I realized that people tend to listen more attentively to someone based on the chosen art-form depicted in their dress-code. I’ve been told by several people that my style is more or less equals that of Solange. I can’t be more humbled, but a minute amount of anxiety started to tinge all my actions and fashion choices. I had always taken myself to be origi-unique, a quirky individual, but with the rising star of Solange outshining all my individual quirks, was I no longer me ,Tsholo Dikobe- the Khoi-fro Fashion artist? or it’s simply that we gravitate towards the same fashion duds? The latter. Just the other day in a supermarket someone told me how I reminded them of Solange. Not for my looks but what I had on and how I wore it. Today I make peace with it that I might just happen to share the same taste as a celebrity. All i know is I took the compliment and ran with it. And that just affirmed me, that one day, maybe I’ll bump into her in one of these international fashion shows and she’ll tel me how great I look or better yet-that I should style her for an upcoming magazine shoot. Honor. Excitement. Love. Wonderment!

I love her. I mean we are both 80’s babies, and our birthdays are 2 days apart. That must be it. And why did I post this? To keep the dream alive. I am Sending this post out to the universe, that Feet can’t fail me now, while I go searching for my “fashion twin”.
P.S i shall keep you posted on her whereabouts :)……

Now Tel me, who is your “celebrity fashion twin??!” 🙂

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till next time because i got more 🙂
kissed by the sun twice.
Fashion Artist

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AFROS and a tight crotch…

This past weekend, we GaTsh Fros, were invited to the 70’s, 80’s 90’s party at Gaborone International Convention Centre (GICC). Reminiscent of Saturday night fever, Shiny disco balls, this WAS the weekend for mixing and missing fashion with music.Why mix and match when you can mix and miss?

Nostalgia and memories took my place but I was ready to share myself. Besides, most of our memories and our childhood aren’t stored in photos, but in certain smells and textures of our clothes. I took off the modern layers. I went for a preppie, yuppie, punk-ish or rather a new waver look- ALL at once, but whatever. To validate everything, I didn’t even wash the Denim dress i had donned! From the store room onto my body.I affirmed the truth, that I am an 80’s baby with an 80’s scent. Insert *unembarrassed smile* 🙂

FEW LOOKS FROM THE SHOOT I STYLED for the EVENT(Promo).
MODELS| Tshepo Kutjwe of PhunkieFrique and
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daisy prints, plaids and fanny packs were quintessential staples for every ’90s girl.

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Tshepo Kutjwe: Time moves on when you are busy filling an array of circles!

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Lesego wearing a Botocy creation BY Botho Chalebgwa(Botswana Designer)
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Neon colours, bright leggings and headphones made you an instant cool kid!

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THE 70’S, 80’S, 90’S EVENT / PARDIE
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Me and my Good friend/model, Kay. Mj vibes!
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Girls just wan’ have fun.. Gaone Mothibi (left) and Lame Malefho (Right)
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bright tights, kitten heels.
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Peace, colour and smiles.Only right!
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Jomo!
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The Beautiful Naledi Moshoeshoe.
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90’s hip hop divas!
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Trying to keep it all together.

feet can’t fail me now.
till next because i got more
the Khoi-fro Artist

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BERLIN and the KHOI- FRO

I am done traveling long distances just to capture a whole lake, or dilapidated building on a microchip.
I have seen and lived the most breath-taking moments in Berlin that i did not have the urge to snap away. The moment lives. In me. And if i had captured it then i wouldn’t want to go back. Anyways still on the rail, My hope is that through this chosen medium of self expression i can inspire a person or two to rub their hands together and create their fire.
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crooked smile, straight teeth.Ta-da!
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till next time because i got more..
kissed by the sun twice.
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BERLIN FASHION WEEK- GERMANY

BERLIN FASHION WEEK 2- 7 JULY 2013

“VISION in MOTION”

This is a story of a journey that began with a slow, thoughtful shake of the head. Gaborone fashion week? Sure. But Mercedes-Benz fashion week??!NO WAY, would i have thought ! Well, one chilly Friday morning, I got an invitation that changed my life. My fashion career. BERLIN MERCEDES-BENZ FASHION WEEK July 2013.

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I was invited with other 11 African fashion designers, fashion multipliers, specialized journalists and bloggers. At the invitation of the federal foreign office, from July 2 to July7 th 2013!! The list included some of Africa’s well known and celebrated fashion bloggers, Nancie Mwai (The fashion notebook), former ELLE Fashion Editor- Asanda Sizani, Style Guide’s Robyn Cooke, tv persenter Diana Opoti of Designing Africa, Nigerian designer Mai, International Botswana designer Koketso Chiepe,Chief Editor Dimeji Alara of Style Mania magazine, Awa Conateh of Yaws Creations, Creative Director of Merchants on Long Tammy Tinker, Jeffrey Kimathi of Jumhuri Wear and Buyu Line, Omoyemi MD of Lagos Fashion and design week. I must add that, This is also the biggest birthday present iv ever received! Inspired by my untold African fashion stories, as i think- i travel, as i love i attracted.

BERLIN FASHION WEEK

FASHION SHOWS

Fashion shows, exhibitions, trade shows and plenty of events attracted internationally acclaimed designers, reviewers as well as fashion enthusiasts to the fashion metropolis of Berlin. The Bread and Butter fashion fair was among our favourite, 600 exhibitors showing everyday fashion! The Premium at Gleisdreieck and the Mercedes Benz fashion week was the icing of the cake! The catwalk colours where bright and we were reminded how the colour palette for next season was as well as the trends. Graphics, monochromatic fashion, flower bed, colour, silk graphic scarves for both men and women, men’s fashion from 2 500designers all over the world. Metal patterned eyewear and shoes provided a chic wink to the futurist trend. All in all, the storyline for Berlin fashion week was futurist classic.

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THE FASHION TRADE SHOWS

Themed “if you do it right, it will last forever”, design, contemporary fashion and accessories is what the ETHNICALLY fashion show International trade fair is all about, for eco-fair street and casual wear. I particularly felt Bread and butter was my cloud 9, whereas the International Premium trade show in simple terms was a place where brands meet.20130409_standbild_712x400_jpg_712x400_crop_q85tom_jpg_706x400_crop_upscale_q85

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AFRICA FASHION DAY BERLIN (Mercedes-Benz)

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PRESS CONFERENCE Africa Fashion Day Berlin: DR AUMA OBAMA (Obama’s sister) giving a speech about Africa fashion Day, Africa and the diaspora. “Africa is increasingly seen as a continent with complex cultures and traditions which generates unique and distinct talents. In many ways, Africa can and must be regarded as an equal partner in the creative sector by now. Africa Fashion Day Berlin is an excellent example for this development. It is perfectly suited to demonstrate Africa’s growing self-awareness and presence on the world stage.” far left: Beatrice Angut Oola, founder of Africa Fashion Day Berlin, said, “We are becoming global. Everything is international and I think African fashion has a place. Left: Jewelry designer.

MY LOOK for the show

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THE FASHION AFICIANDOS

Nancie Mwai (The Fashion notebook)

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Asanda Sizani (Gracia Magazine’ s fashion Columnist)

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MY LOOK (notice: i am not wearing heels in any of the pictures, this is was intentional. Who would want to rush for Sale and shopping in heels? I had THINK like a FRUGAL “fashionista”. Also it was for easy and comfortable sight seeing) 🙂

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BERLIN – THE INSPIRATIONS

Germany Land of IDEAS and INNOVATION BERLIN

They created a whole living room, a family room, from light bulb, to the PC, the LCD, to the fan its no doubt that Berlin is such an inspirational city. From beautiful architectural that form their way into clothes to mouth-watering dishes that represent a perfect ingredient from each country.Though some buildings looks dilapidated, they add a certain ancient look and some strength as part of the city’s art and tourist attraction. Nonetheless, just inhaling Berlin air, gives one inspiration in small doses.

THE MEN

The men are forever snap ready. 80% of the stylish people are saw where men, and they wore colour and texture really well.cool.

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THE ARTS

Had the opportunities to watch dummy variete show 2.0. Absolutely amazing human gestures! I was left inspired.

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THE MUSIC

i ARRIVED IN berlin, FROM THE AIRPORT TO THE HOTEL, the driver turned on KISS FM. I didnt think id hear a hip hop song nor rnb song, KISS FM played Daft Punk and Pharrell Williams. This song will forever remind me of Berlin is “Get lucky”. What an appropriate song title. It PLAYED IN EVERY i hopped onto,plus Pharrell Williams was in BERLIN for the MERCEDES-BENZ fashion week. How perfect?? :)!

I explored my own creative identity while integrating art and culture, fashion and textile knowledge, material testing & visualization media relations, art direction, innovation and creative techniques, trends, branding, creative entrepreneurship and sustainability all in one. This trip has helped me gain practical skills in developing Botswana’s own fashion industry. It has also exposed me to an in-depth knowledge of trade, collaborating, coordinating, visualization of new fashion designs, patterns and accessories.

Given my commitment to advocating for confidence building, fashion and being part of a highly respectable fashion consultants personnel in Botswana, GaTsh Fros, i am encouraged to provide efficient and developed information in all fields of fashion and culture for Botswana.

This trip gave me a whole new perspective towards business, work, fashion and my life in general. From today onwards, it is my secret ingredient. Only I know what to do from now onwards AND give Botswana fashion a wink of confidence.

THANK YOU TO

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A warm thank you to German ambassador to Botswana Ms Annett L Gunther.

Beatrice (Founder of Africa Berlin fashion Day)

Arieta Muray (UK River Island Press Manager)

Koketso Chiepe (International Designer and Gaborone Fashion Weekend founder)

Thank you for the opportunity to experience change, German Federal Office.

for more info contact:

THE MERCEDES-BENZ FASHION WEEK

http://www.fashionweek-berlin.mercedes-benz.de/en/

http://www.berlinfashionweek.com/

www. ethnicalfashionshowberlin,com

TILL next time because i have more!!

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