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Pan African Designers, Grey from Nigeria, Osei Duro from Ghana, Sophie Zinga from Senegal & Thula Sindi from South Africa Head to Nigeria for the 1st Time Inauguration – 31st of August.

For 5 years, Le Petit Marche – The Little Market, birth in Nigeria to mirror the popular Portobello Market in London has been a shopping favourite since its launch in 2009, it has successfully gathered the best of the city’...
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Life, Experience and Edginess – We introduce Andrea Iyamah – DESIGNER

Andrea Iyamah, the creative director and founder of the brand was inspired by her passion for painting. In 2011 at the age of 17, she released her first collection ‘Dinma’ which showcased her flare for vibrancy a...
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Othelia by Kluk CGDT x SPREE x Vlisco

If as one of our readers you have yet to hear about Kluk CGDT then you need to hear about them now! And we apologise for not introducing you to them as of yet. Kluk CGDT is a premier fashion label from South Africa, and an inte...
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Bearing Witness: Embroidery as History in Post-Apartheid South Africa – EXHIBITION

Showing from  September 7th to December 7th , The Fowler Museum presents their next textile exhibition entitled Bearing Witness: Embroidery as History in Post-Apartheid South Africa. A great new EXHIBITION featuring Artists fr...
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New Colab – Printex Ghana and Ohema Ohene create ‘OH! PRINTEX’

Printex Ghana and Ohema Ohene have come together under a collaboration line ‘OH! PRINTEX’ Building on Printex’s history of Black and White prints, Ohema Ohene have designed and manufactured a fun and wea...
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ÒKUN Beachwear POP-STORE LAUNCH ends August 31st – BOUTIQUE

From last Saturday the 16th of August ÒKUN Beachwear celebrated the official opening of their Summer Pop-up. They’ve taken residence in Covent Garden’s Seven Dials just in time for their spectacular Spotlight St...
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Fowler in Focus: Yards of Style, African – Print Cloths of Ghana – EXHIBITION

  The Fowler Museum at UCLA is one of the country’s most respected institutions devoted to exploring the arts and cultures of Africa, Asia and the Pacific, and the Americas. Their latest exhibition is Yards of Style, Af...
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The Base Project – Made in Africa

The Base Project is a socially-motivated fashion brand building a bridge between artisans in the developing world and the US fashion market. Through their fashion products they create jobs and invest in community development pr...
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Toubab Paris – Wax Print Jewellery

Entirely hand-made in France, these creations “bring together objects, travel treasures, and symbols challenging our imagination.  Through its poetry, each colorful jewel becomes a talisman.” This is how the jewel...
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Kibonen NY for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week New York SS2015

Great news!  Kibonen Nfi announces her participation at the prestigious Fall 2014 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week New York.  Nfi is the brain child behind one of Africa’s most original emerging fashion labels, KibonenǀNY, and s...
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The Passion of PANAH – Making Luxury Fashion in Kenya – FACTORY

Having met Panah Co-Founder Evgeniya Khromina in New York some years back before her vision was established I am now able to say I am truly honoured to have met her. Firstly I am grateful for her supporting AFG at our Fash...
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