Lookbook Herieth Paul fronts 'Chibok Girls' inspired collection For Tome Resort 2017

Top Tanzanian model turns Tome Resort 2017 tragedy inspired collection into timeless pieces for the modern woman with her famous demeanour and cool mien!

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Harieth Paul makes modest sexy for Tome Resort 2017 collection shoot which she fronts.

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Tome Resort 2017 Collection

 

The top Tanzanian model made the tragedy inspired collection into timeless pieces for the modern woman with her famous demeanour and cool mien.

The New York based fashion brand (Tome) released the collection inspired by the kidnapped 276 Nigerian Chibok girls, plight of women exploited all over the world as well as the two teenage Indian girl who were gang-raped; the Katra Sahadatganj case as well as the "fallen" women who worked in forced labour St. Ireland's Magdalene laundries and asylums in the 20th century.

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The tragic inspirations are evident in the melancholic tones on the pieces from the collection which features classy yet modest/conservative looks including flared jumpsuits, shift dresses paired with flared pants, wrap dresses styled conservative with high neck tops.

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Tome Resort 2017 Collection

Maxi skirts, baggy pants, ruffle detailed shirts, jumpers, patchwork denim and blazers and many more pieces filled up the monotonal collection. Which looks are your favourites?

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