As mentioned in a previous Loop summary post, I had the esteemed pleasure of sitting with Jamaican Reggae artiste Etana recently as she prepares for the release of her fourth studio album I Rise. She also announced that she would be releasing a new line of skirts to compliment her t-shirt and jewelry already on offer on her website etanathestrongone.com. The Loop article can be found here, we spoke about a range of topics from her beginnings in the industry, touring and her successes thus far and current affairs including Mario Deane and her thoughts on the gay community.
The line of skirts called Style Etana is all made from a range of African print fabrics true to the usual style of Etana. She dished that whenever she wore such an outfit on stage or at an appearance, her Facebook fans would always ask where the skirt was from or where they could acquire the fabric to try and replicate the design. This gave her the idea to create her own line. The pieces range from US$55 to $150, some of which can be seen below:
There’s a style for everyone from mini to a-line to pencil skirts to maxi. I love it and would absolutely pair it with some of the exquisite jewelry from the collection:
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