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Noh Nee

Africa meets Bavaria in these not-so-traditional traditional dresses

The dirndl à l'Africaine from the label Noh Nee have been making waves across the city since Munich's youth once again began embracing the region's traditional dress. In a new twist on the traditional dirndl (the female answer to Bavaria's signature lederhosen), these dresses are both bound to draw attention and suitable for everyday life. Sisters Marie Darouiche und Rahmée Wetterich, originally from Cameroon, fuse colourful African fabrics with traditional sewing patterns to craft their original frocks.


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