This shuka (traditional cloth/fabric worn by the Maasai) became my safety blanket while being sick, while driving on scary/rough roads, and while having an emotional breakdown in the mountains. One day I wore it traditionally to fetch water and the women at the community water tank had a debate over whose brother/cousin/son I should marry.😐 (at Nairobi, Kenya)
my entire vibes this summer…
jeune fille cubaine //cuba, michel francois (1996)
lupita: reigning supreme
blazing trails // puma x bantu wax
bobby m.: recline
the gang’s all here.