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FEATURED WORK




Over the past year, I have had the opportunity to have my work shown in Columbus Fashion Week, worn at Berlin Fashion Week, AfroPunk Paris, and have been featured in the London based online publication, Madam Blue. Below is an array of projects I have had the pleasure of being a part of. All clothing featured are designed and sewn by Gabrielle Nti.





<<PROJECT 001>>
PURPOSE......... CREATIVE PHOTOSHOOT FOR MODELS PORTFOLIO
LOCATION.........COLUMBUS,OH,USA
DESIGNER.........GABRIELLE NTI
PHOTOGRAPHER.....WYZEART
MODEL............ADEMOLA RICHARDS
MODEL............GENEVIEVE EFFA 


   I was given full design freedom for this photoshoot. I combined traditional African textiles with metallic tulle. The female’s two-piece set was designed to give the illusion of a skirt when standing together. In actuality it was a layered wide leg pant. The male outfit was a high waist paper bag pant with pleats along the waist. It came with a matching chest band and a v-neck shirt made of black scuba fabric.



















 







      


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<<PROJECT 002>> IN THE YEAR OF COVID
PURPOSE......... EXPLORING STRETCH FABRICS 
LOCATION.........BROOKLYN, NY
DESIGNER.........GABRIELLE NTI
PHOTOGRAPHER.....TWIGGIE SMALLS
MODEL............KERI GERRET
























<<PROJECT 003>> COLUMBUS FASHION WEEK
PURPOSE......... POWER OF WOMEN- NON PROFIT
LOCATION.........COLUMBUS,OH,USA
DESIGNER.........GABRIELLE NTI
PHOTOGRAPHER.....PATRICK ENGLISH


POWER OF WOMEN  hosts a fashion show for Columbus Fashion week in order to raise money for their non profit which aims to empower all women through art, fashion, and philanthropy. It was an honor to design for such a great cause, especially women empowerment. This collection was  a mix of traditional african print, lamé, cotton, satin,  lace ups, elasic waist bands, high necks and  high slits.



                                  
                                                     






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