Black MagicLimited Edition

Black MagicLimited Edition

Black MagicLimited Edition

Black MagicLimited Edition

Black MagicLimited Edition

Black MagicLimited Edition

Black MagicLimited Edition

Black MagicLimited Edition

Black MagicLimited Edition

Black MagicLimited Edition

Black MagicLimited Edition

Black MagicLimited Edition

As we celebrate this groundbreaking and Iconic movie; Coming To America, and the long awaited sequel, I want to take everyone on a journey to the magical world of Africa and the untold stories of Royalty, Courage, Opulence, Resilience, Pride and Heritage.

This is my most personal collection to date, it is my ode to my heritage, my culture and most of all an ode to The Black Skinned Beauty for she is The Mother of all Beauty.

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Courage

Inspired by the warrior queens - Queen Amina of Zazau (Modern day Nigeria) and Queen Nzinga Mbande of Ndongo and Matamba (Modern day Angola) both ruled as Kings and preferred to be referenced as such, breaking down barriers and the relevance of gender roles and definitions.

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Heritage

Inspired by the North African Queens - Nefertiti of Egypt and Kandake Amanirenas of Kush (Modern day Sudan). Two powerful Queens who ruled over Egypt, leaving a legacy for both North African and Sub Saharan rule over the land dotted by the Pyramids and the hieroglyphics that tell their stories.

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Opulence

Inspired by Makeda (The Queen of Sheba) and Queen Ranavalona I of Madagascar. Powerful, self-sufficient, regal and desired. Queens who knew their worth and instilled pride in their subjects.

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Resilience

Inspired by Queen Nandi of the Zulu people (Modern Day South Africa) and mother of Shaka. A powerful single mother once shunned then exalted by her son who elevated her to the status of Queen and trusted advisor, once he claimed the throne of the people who once cast them both out.

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Pride

Inspired by Yaa Asantewaa, Queen Mother of Ejisu in the Ashanti Empire (Modern day Ghana) and Queen Moremi, the Yoruba Queen (Modern day Nigeria). Liberators and freedom fighters, each instrumental in staking a claim of independence for their people. An independence that stands firm to this day.

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“No journey is too great when one finds what [they] seek”

HRH Prince Akeem Joffer
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