Lukagwa has been designing African jewelry for women for the longest time with little regard to the male folk.The idea of not catering for men was triggered by the level of tweaking or modification we had to do on the simplest accessories.It was simply exhausting.Regardless of this fact we made several attempts at making chains and bracelets for them.Currently we are working on cuff links, a concept we initialized 3 years back.We are continuously perfecting our prototypes.I will share with you photos of our varied prototypes so you can experience our Journey and contribute to it.
The last pair of Cuff links are customized to a client’s needs.Engage us for some custom-made cuff links.
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Only a mother knows the fears and anxiety she faces as she carries a beautiful being inside her. In spite of these mixed emotions she embraces motherhood and adds a touch of elegance to her baby bump look. Her beauty radiates…..
Something Special for Mum on Mother’s Day…..
Make a lasting impression on Mummy with these collector’s pieces of Afrocentric Handmade jewelry on our Etsy store http://www.etsy.com/shop/lukagwa.
We have a 15% discount for purchases made prior to Mother’s day coupon code mum2016uk.
My favorite lyrics repeatedly rang in my mind as I made preparations to fly out to the Big Apple.
“It was all a dream, I used to read it on Word up magazine”, these lyrics are from a famous song called Juicy.
Showcasing Lukagwa’s Shela collection in New York,NY NOW 2015 was a dream come true.
Once the cold air from the air conditioning slapped my face I knew I was in a different world.
I spent a number of days in New Jersey in a nice neighborhood that was populated with the Latino community.
My days in the city of New York were filled with long walks trying to find my way around and frequently getting lost in between avenues and streets.
Every day was a compulsory workout until I mastered the art of using Google Maps to find my way around.
The friendly nature of the Americans took to me and the junk food made my appetite shrink.
In the midst of all of this unfamiliarity I found a place I called home in Queens Borough; a small apartment that was filled with love and warmth. My host Margaret was very pleasant and welcoming, her good nature helped ease the hustle of the city.
Being your typical tourist I made a point to visit Times Square, 5th Avenue, Mac Store, The streets of Brooklyn and Empire state building. I missed out on the statue of liberty and the amazing museums which are definitely on my bucket list.
My main reason for being in New York was to attend NY NOW Artisan Resource at the Javits Center.