Africa’s best presenter Bonang Matheba aka Queen B was recently spotted in an Eloli piece, to the commemoration of late Winnie Mandela.
Queen B paired the Eloli Black tunic with a black dress and a Doek Traditional SA headwrap. It’s obviously a very proud and cherished moment to have one of Africa’s most quintessential women, and fashion mogul in their piece.
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Queen B @bonang_m wore Eloli to Winnie Mandela's commemoration…What a beautiful way to say farewell. "Mother of the Nation" Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was not only known for the active role she played in putting an end to the apartheid regime in South Africa but also for her distinct sense of style. She was indeed a Fashion Icon. For this reason we are extremely proud that Bonang picked our tunic to chanel and honor Winnie's stlye and memory (accompanied with the Doek Traditional SA headwrap). #eloliworld #africandesigners #africanluxury #africafashion #royalty #Allblackindoek #makinghistory
Eloli is a Cameroonian fashion brand founded by three Sisters. The brand’s intricate pieces has gotten them a few great hits over the years.
It’s also worth noting that the Cameroonian fashion brand got featured back in 2016 on British Vogue. Vogue is the world’s biggest fashion magazine, owned by Condé Nast.
What a great way to partake in the commemoration of one of South Africa’s biggest apartheid forces. A woman who stood by the nation, during her husband’s 27 years in prison. Winnie Madikizela-Mandela who recently passed away was named “Mother of the Nation due to her efforts during the apartheid regime.