Elite Fashionistas Who Have Blazed a Trail InAfrican-influenced Design
Danielle and Chantelle Dwomoh-Piper are designers, models and bloggers based in New York. Since embarking on their career in fashion, they have been making a splash in the fashion industry.
The twins have been featured in The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, New York Daily Newspaper, Essence and Elle SA.
Through the inherent power of the internet, Danielle and Chantelle have made a name for themselves and acquired incredibly many followers. They have brought their own unique vision to the world of fashion that is influenced by African roots.
The twins have appeared on the Rachel Ray Show, NBCs Today Show and Good Morning America. They also had placements in Vogue, Japan.
Their creations are unique, fun and fresh, with some incorporating lavish gemstones, sandstones, cultured pearls and crystals. Theyembed elements like beading and embroidery in their eye-catching designs. Danielle and Chantelle represent a generation that is proud of its cultural heritage.
Their designs have been exhibited at fashion weeks all around the globe including New York Fashion Week, Arise Magazine Fashion Week and Caribbean International Fashion Week.
Their talent has gained attention on a plethora of media outlets worldwide. High-powered celebrities like Kelly Rowland, Lupita Nyongo and Towanda Braxton have been spotted adorned in the twins designs.
Danielle and Chantelle embrace their African heritage and display it in every collection through a vibrant and bold combination of African print designs.
They graduated from The High School of Fashion Industries and the renowned Fashion Institute of Technology with a Bachelors Degree.
The twins endorse the brands they love on their website. They are innovators and fashion bloggers in the industry, collaborating withmyriadsof brands like Keds, Chinese Laundry, Budweiser and Teva.
Danielle has done editorials in publications like Fashion Manuscript and Textile World while Chantelle has worked in the accessories showrooms of Diane von Furstenberg and Juicy Couture.
The Dwomoh-Piper twins have made efforts to give back, raising funds for several non-profit organizations. They have set up charity fashion shows for Sickle Cell Anemia organization SYNC, Nyaka Aids Orphans School and New Life Orphanage in Ghana. Each year they use a portion of their sales to buy books, clothes, toys and other supplies for an organization that is in need.
The creative fashion models and designers aspire to build their own non-profit organization someday and facilitate their aim of bringing joy to people globally through their passion for fashion.
Having pursued fashion at a relatively young age, Danielle and Chantelle have been highlighted as a duo to watch by JonesMag.com.
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