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Sister Friends Apron

Nicholle Kobi
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Aprons inspired by the African American cultural experience for those that love cooking and grilling and want to look good while they do it!

This high-quality apron features the art of Congolese-French artist Nicholle Kobi. The design depicts a group of African American women standing together in unity. Friendship is truly one of the most sacred things we can find. The text on the front of the apron reads:


Sister Friends

Soft to touch and comfortable to wear! Measures 36x26 inches and made out of 100% cotton. Each apron includes 2 front pockets. Neck strap length is 28 inches and the waist strap length is 39 inches.

Machine Wash Cold. Line Dry Only.

$24.99

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Description

Aprons inspired by the African American cultural experience for those that love cooking and grilling and want to look good while they do it!

This high-quality apron features the art of Congolese-French artist Nicholle Kobi. The design depicts a group of African American women standing together in unity. Friendship is truly one of the most sacred things we can find. The text on the front of the apron reads:


Sister Friends

Soft to touch and comfortable to wear! Measures 36x26 inches and made out of 100% cotton. Each apron includes 2 front pockets. Neck strap length is 28 inches and the waist strap length is 39 inches.

Machine Wash Cold. Line Dry Only.

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Height 36 inches
Length 26 inches
Medium 100% Cotton
Signed unsigned
SKU KA04
UPC 796038238729
Year Released 2021
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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