Former supermodel Liya Kebede established her African-propelled line in 2007 after taking a trip to Ethiopia. Lemlem, signifying "to blossom or thrive" in Amharic, utilizes conventional artisans to create hand-woven shawls in white cotton with ethnic-impacted weaving. New York's fashionistas have succumbed to her super-flexible pieces which can be tied into a scarf, worn as a sarong, or turned into a sack.

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