Unisex, One Size Fits All, Reversible
Fashion Kente + XOXO African Print
History of Durags
Durags were originally worn by African American women laborers and slaves in the 19th century. In the 1930’s, during the Harlem Renaissance and Great Depression, the durag was used to maintain hairstyles. After the Black Power Movement in the late 1960s, the durag became a fashion statement among African Americans, worn by rappers, athletes and men of all ages. In the 2000’s, wearing durags in public lost popularity in certain areas, but maintained its popularity in others. Today the durag is worn by all genders as a fashion statement or to maintain hairstyles. Welcome to the Haute Du | JUNNY®
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