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Dress Up and Show Up

Nicholle Kobi
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A beautiful women's wallet/clutch featuring the art of Nicholle Kobi and designed with the African American businesswoman in mind. It depicts a black female woman looking down at her cell phone as she moves through the city headed to work. It features the phase: "Wake Up, Dress Up and Show Up".

This wallet measures 4 x 7.75 inches in size and is made out of faux leather material. It has 8 interior card slots, a zippered pocket perfect for us as a coin purse, a section to hold your cell phone, and features a zippered closure.

Another inspirational and functional fashion accessory featuring African American art. Large enough to be used as a women's wallet or a clutch. Get yours today!

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Description

A beautiful women's wallet/clutch featuring the art of Nicholle Kobi and designed with the African American businesswoman in mind. It depicts a black female woman looking down at her cell phone as she moves through the city headed to work. It features the phase: "Wake Up, Dress Up and Show Up".

This wallet measures 4 x 7.75 inches in size and is made out of faux leather material. It has 8 interior card slots, a zippered pocket perfect for us as a coin purse, a section to hold your cell phone, and features a zippered closure.

Another inspirational and functional fashion accessory featuring African American art. Large enough to be used as a women's wallet or a clutch. Get yours today!

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Height 4 inches
Length 7.75 inches
Medium Faux Leather
Signed Unsigned
SKU WL05
Year Released 2019
Nicholle Kobi
I focus on this because I am a black woman. My desire to focus on black women is simply because I had the impression that they are excluded from the greater world of beauty, art, fashion, and especially in the intellectual sphere. Some people have the tendency to think that we are the exception in these types of spheres. They very rarely hold black women in high regard; they criticize and analyze her curves, her skin color, and her hair texture [by comparing these images with the images created by the majority white media]. And I am here just to try to give [black woman] back her rightful place in the world of beauty, art, and more. We are not less than other women. We are beautiful with our curves, our skin tones from the most light to the most dark. We can be whatever we want!
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