Earlier, in cold places dresses were heavily made mostly in leathers to protect from cold, while in hot and temperate zones, they used cottons. Later, dresses became fashionable and cute, not minding any more the weather. People borrow and take designs from other people they come across in their travel or migrations; making dresses international. As the saying goes, fashion never changes but it only repeats itself. In a global world, the fashion designers worldwide, use their talents to invent, and dictate to the world what to wear, especially among the jet-set and the youth. Since we know that all cultures of the world are important, and less one the cultures of the earth are not complete and so are their fashions.
Group Members Lace The Making of Aso Oke cloth
Ceremonial Aso-Oke dresses (Yoruba)
Yoruba dresses have dressed most West African people, because of their richness in colours and styles: