• New AFRICAN ROMANTIC Collection!

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    New AFRICAN ROMANTIC Collection!
    We are VERY EXCITED to announce we have started the countdown for the release of our New African Romantic Collection. #GrassFieldsARThis collection is completely different to anything we've created before. You can expect the same beautiful quality prints and designs but with a little something extra!
  • Five Effortless Ways to Tie an African Print Headwrap

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    Five Effortless Ways to Tie an African Print Headwrap
    Twist this way, tie that way, tuck here. An African print headwrap is a beautiful way to finish your look, and it’s so easy to create that anyone can master it. All it takes is just a little practice and, in five minutes or less, you have a look that is fun, colourful and fabulous. Here are five effortless ways to a tie an...
  • Take a Risk Without Being Risky

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    Take a Risk Without Being Risky
    Grass Field's shared a lovely cup of lemon tea with Shade who is the creator of Afrobeats in Da City. Shade created the website named Afrobeats in Da City in 2012. Afrobeats in Da City promotes, supports and gives African and Caribbean artist a platform to share their events, views and music.The website is also a platform for Shade to write and shares her...
  • Wisdom Can Only Come From Being Unwise

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    Wisdom Can Only Come From Being Unwise
    Michelle is a Caribbean entrepreneur with a story to tell. Grass-fields explores Michelle’s wisdom. Over the years I have often thought that it would have been easier if I didn’t achieve anything. I was 21 and fresh off the boat. I had arrived in the UK. My auntie and my uncle were my only family. They lived in Nottingham. So, I went straight to...
  • How Do You Keep Your African Spirit When You're So Far From Home?

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    How Do You Keep Your African Spirit When You're So Far From Home?
    Rata is a powerful entrepreneur who generates opportunities not just profit. Grass-Fields spoke to her husband and herself about how and why she started her business: My husband and I moved from Ghana to East London to Nottingham. When I moved to Nottingham I noticed that the culture is about "I" and not "we". This shocked me because in Ghana is it about "we"....
  • Memories From My Childhood In Cameroon

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    Memories From My Childhood In Cameroon
    This week, we decided to visit our formal primary school in Yaoundé Cameroon, and it brought back so many lovely memories. Michele and I attended Government Bilingual Primary School Biyem-Assi. As far as I can remember, the minimum number of pupils in my class was always around a 100. To people from the developed world or private education, this might seem a lot but...
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