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Why Europe's fashion designers are looking to the Congo for inspiration.
She's recently been honoured by the Obamas, now WE talk with dancer Judith Jamison.
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Courtesy of Galerie La B.A.N.K. Paris
We speak to the curator about the aims of this year's exhibition.
An exhibition called "Sape! Gentlemen from Congo" is held in Brussels until the end of October. This is a fashion movement from Central Africa, where men distinguished themselves by the flair and care with which they dress, inspired by European fashion. The BBC's Juliette Mayol went to visit.Photo Gallery for La Sape!
To see photos from the exhibition - click the gallery link below.
Photo shows Judith Jamison.
American dancer and choreographer, Judith Jamison is best known as the artistic director of the US Alvin Ailey dance theatre, founded in the late 1950s amidst the civil rights movement. Earlier this month, Michelle Obama paid tribute to her contribution to contemporary dance and African-American culture. Harriett Gilbert catches up with Judith as she visits London and finds out why, after over 20 years, she will soon be handing over the reins of the company.
Alvin Ailey Dance Company
Photo shows Alvin Ailey of the Alvin Ailey Dance Company.
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