Je’Suis NYC, Black Dress By New York Fashion Photographer – Dracinc / Donn Thompson
An astonishing simple black dress was one of the most sensual gowns I enjoyed photographing for a new young up, and coming New York fashion designer, her first collection. Je’Suis NYC! A sheer black dress decorated with a floral lace torso that hugs the body. A superficial cut neckline delicately draped off the shoulders, side slits, and the revealing touch to this simple black dress made such an outstanding image by New York Fashion Photographer.
Or, as the fashion saying goes! Every young woman should have a black dress in her wardrobe as a part of her style or story. Je’Suis black dress is a must-have, and that’s a simple truth!
Je’suis NYC Black Gown, Photos By New York Fashion Photographer
Senami Atinkpahoun adds her experience as a young West African custom fashion designer from high school and college and growing up in Harlem, where she still lives today. She amazingly injects the liveliness of her vibrant culture as part of her tale.
In Abomey. The French-speaking West African nation, the Republic of Benin. The birthplace of vodun (or “voodoo”) was a religion and home to the former Dahomey Kingdom from 1600–1900. Dahomey’s being the former capital.
The Big Apple Elements & African Style
With her abundance of history, pallets of colours, tones, and shades, this brave new fashion creator chooses to mix the many distinguished African prints. Playing with shapes and silhouettes are just some aspects of boldness to expect from Ms Atinkpahoun. Elements and textile with New York City’s street smarts, you only get this by living in New York City.
Photographing a Bit Of This and A Bit That, by Fashion New York Photographer
She arranges and blends the two worlds as if she was preparing food. A pinch of colour. A bit of Africa. For the final seasoning, some of Harlem’s streetwear. She thoughtfully collects the fabric, two-part of sexiness and numerous New York City street styles, something that we will demand to see from season to season, which she describes as Je’Suis NYC.