ByBakari Celebrates African Royalty with Tribal Prestige Collection




The summer season is here and fashion lovers are in for a treat as ByBakari, the Afro-couture fashion brand, unveils its latest capsule: The Tribal Prestige Collection.

The collection is a stunning display of African fabric and tribal patterns, blended with modern cuts and styles. ByBakari aims to create high-end fashion that honors African culture and heritage, while appealing to a global audience.

The Tribal Prestige Collection consists of various pieces, such as pants, shirts, kimonos, skirts, shorts, and bucket hats. The pieces are designed to be versatile and suitable for any occasion, whether casual or formal.

The collection also features a vibrant color palette, ranging from reds and oranges to blues and greens. The tribal print is the highlight of the collection, as it showcases the rich and regal history of African ancestors.

Bakari Sibanda, the Creative Designer and founder of ByBakari, says that the collection is a celebration of African roots and identity.

He says, “I’ve always been about embracing our African roots and being proud of who we are. If you look at the collection, you’ll see that I used a lot of tribal print. This was a way of showcasing our royalty as Africans.”

Sibanda hopes that his collection will inspire people to learn more about African culture and heritage, and to feel proud of their origins. He says, “I’m hoping that my collection will inspire people to learn more about African culture and heritage. I also hope that it will make people feel proud of their African roots.”

ByBakari was founded in 2018 and has since been making waves in the fashion industry with its unique and authentic Afro-couture style. Sibanda says that he is working on new designs for the future, but did not reveal any details or release dates.

To stay updated with ByBakari’s latest news and releases, you can follow them on social media: bybakari. You can also visit their shop at Shop 28 Portal Village, No 1 Portal Road, Highlands, Harare, where they often have clearance sales and promotions on some of their items.


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