Talk about tribal energy; the January 2014 Vogue Accessory 'African Visions' editorial is colorful, vibrant, boisterous and takes on afro-fusion perfectly.
Featuring the latest in accessories from chunky-layered bangles to bold, multi-colored Maasai necklaces and glasses ornamented with delicate flowers to ones of iconic significance and craftsmanship, the January 2014 Vogue 'African Visions' is fierce.
With accessories by Dolce & Gabbana, Persol 9649, Prada, Versace and Burberry, the editorial is decked out with models in turbans photographed with kaleidoscopic backgrounds and loud African prints.
Styled by Enrica Ponzellini and photographed by Lucia Giacani, the duo set the tone perfectly giving the editorial an embellished, elegant and contemporary feel -- and of course, a lot of drama with the tribal makeup and colorful feathers.
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