This Fulani Goddess collection from Moda Bertha is major inspo for Muslim brides
The collection is set in a farmland with dried barn in the background to reference the agricultural roots of the Fulani Goddess.
For Eid 2019, Ghanaian womenswear brand, Moda Bertha released fresh images to celebrate the festivities and the prospective Islamic bride.
The collaborative shoot which speaks finesse, elegance and style is titled ‘Fulani Goddess’ paying glowing tribute to the nomadic tribe and their heritage who are scattered around mainly West Africa.
With majority of their population being Muslims and the rise of inter-tribal marriages, their modest yet intricate fashion and style has influenced Islamic wedding style immensely.
The collection is set in a farmland with dried barn in the background to reference the agricultural roots of the Fulani Goddess. In the images they model is adorned in a green and pink peplum kente dress with a beaded Swarovski bustier, fringe on the sleeves and a stunning gele as headpiece.
The beauty of the muse was captured by Elliot Grandberry and bridal makeup done by Maquillage_by_abyna.
Scroll down for the full Fulani Bridal look
Gown by : @modabertha
Crystals by : @Swarovski