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Thursday, January 18, 2007

Steal Goapele's Style

From Africa to the Orient and all lands near and far, the much sought after Bay Area stylist/designer Andrea Lamadora of House of Mamasan, who has designed for stars including South African songbird Goapele, artfully makes creations like nouveau riche, bohemian-goddess and street chic coexist in perfect harmony in what she coins "urban ethnic couture." With a new Spring/Summer 2007 collection thememed "Spices Around the World" which includes long layered chiffon, ethnic fabric sashes and kimonos, House of Mamasan is in high demand. For more information, visit:
(Photo Credits: Provided Courtesy Of Sasha Brookner)


Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure Goapele is Ghanian!

Anonymous said...

Goapele Mohlabane is definately a South African Tswana name.... not Ghanaian. I know, coz I'm Azania and am Tswana too

Anonymous said...

Goapele (pronounced gwa-puh-LAY; born Goapele Mohlabane[1][2] July 11, 1977, is an American soul and R&B singer-songwriter. Her name means to move forward in Setswana, a Southern African language.[3]