A full spectrum of colors was on display at the opening night of African Print Fashion Now! exhibition at UCLA's Fowler Museum. The lively event on Saturday, March 25, featured music, African snacks, dancing and models who were dressed to the nines in works by Ghanaian-Nigerian fashion designer Titi Ademola's brand, KIKI Clothing, and British-Ivorian designer Alexis Temomanin's label, Dent de Man. The exhibition chronicles the history of African wax print textiles, beginning with their 19th-century origins in Holland and their spread to West and Central Africa, and runs through July 30.
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