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Janet Jackson rocks Cameroonian designer Lavie by CK in “Made for now” video


Janet Jackson rocks Cameroonian designer Lavie by CK in “Made for now” video

Janet Jackson rocks Cameroonian designer Lavie by CK in “Made for now” video


The new era of African designers- Lavie by CKThe 52-year-old music icon is making a serious come back after a three year break with a new African-themed video, ‘Made For Now’ featuring Daddy Yankee but did you know a Cameroonian fashion designer styled the Hollywood star in this new video?

Janet Jackson rocks Cameroonian designer, Lavie By CK gown on new video Made For Now

Miss Janet sort after a Cameroonian fashion designer, Claude Lavie Kameni, CEO of Lavie By CK to style her in this new video and according to the designer, Michael Jackson‘s sister has changed her life for good.

Lavie By CK is a fashion line that has been growing its name on social media with breathtaking dresses that fashion exquisite African print into elaborate and sophisticated designs, reflecting the true essence of African grandeur. The creative heart of the brand, Claude Kameni is a Cameroon-born, American-based designer whose love for clothing began in her youth, manifesting into a passion that would have Africans across the diaspora slaying life and the gram in her designs.The Lavie By CK brand just reached new heights as one of Kameni’s designs was worn by the one and only Janet Jackson in the official video for her new song ‘Made For Now’. The dress is a voluminous visual masterpiece, elevated by the bold and beautiful styling of creative Aquiles of Nothing But Trouble, who isn’t a stranger to adorning the body of the living legend.

African fashion is finally having its moment on the world stage but having an icon like Janet acknowledging its power and influence means that this new era in fashion could result in designers like Kameni receiving the kind of love and recognition that lasts long after the trends have moved on.

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