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Africa-inspired trends

Published:Monday | February 29, 2016 | 12:02 AMCathy Risden
This Egyptian shirt can be dressed up with khaki pants and loafers, or dressed down with a pair of slippers.
Kevin Drysdale unbuttons this black-and- white African print shirt bringing some heat to the chilly pool.
You can opt for this flattering dashiki shirt for that evening cocktail dinner with black tailored pants and formal shoes.
Your date would not be able to keep her hands and eyes off you when you rock this effervescent Egyptian print fitted shirt.
Can you say suave? This African print shirt adds a bit of edge to Kevin's laidback look.
This African print chemise makes any guy look hot, hot, hot!
Whoever said a dashiki can't be sexy has not seen this Mark Anthony design that exudes sex appeal and class.

Jamaica is filled with many traditions and cultures and fashion from the Mother land, Africa has began to resurface and is playing a significant role in our Black History Month celebrations.

As Black History Month comes to an end, Flair turns the limelight on the fashion inspired by our African heritage with a modern day twist.

No matter occasion designer Mark Anthony can create a shirt to appease your unique sense of style; whether you want to return to your roots, explore the wide range of men designs and garments to add diversity to your collection.

Enjoy Flair's exclusive feature!



Shoot Credits


Models: Kevin Drysdale and Saint International Chad Rambally

Photographer: Ian Allen

Creative directors: Mark Anthony and Cathy Risden




Eden Gardens Wellness Resort & Spa

39 Lady Musgrave Road

Kingston 5, Jamaica

Tel: (876) 946-9981



Outfit provided by:


Mark Anthony Design

Address:10 Argyle Road


Contact: (876) 946-1460