Africa Fashion Guide
A social enterprise promoting sustainability within Africa's fashion and textile industry.


 
 

 
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IT IS BACK! Fashion Africa Conference 2015 – London – Early Booking Tickets end soon!

On Friday 24th April 2015 strategically held on Fashion Revolution Day (in remembrance of the Rana Plaza factory collapse victims in Bangladesh in 2013), Social Enterprise Africa Fashion Guide will for the first time host a ...
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AFG celebrates our 3 year anniversary! – HAPPY BIRTHDAY

We are sssoooooo excited to be turning 3 today! Can you believe it? From our humble start at the Africa Centre London on September 9th 2011 where we launched our website and I launched my self published book Fashion Africa (se...
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FASHION AFRICA CONFERENCE back in London this February 2014!! Register now!

Are you are a fashion designer, student or fashion business who has set up your fashion business sourcing and/or producing in Africa and interested in sustainability and ethical business practice? Then don’t miss this co...
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Aid by Trade Foundation and BCI Sign Cooperation Agreement – TEXTILES

Representatives from the Aid by Trade Foundation (AbTF) and Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) signed a long-term cooperation agreement in Paris today. By signing this agreement, both organizations underscore their goal to continue...
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It is our 2ND Birthday!

2 years ago today we launched AFG and my first book in London at the Africa Centre. It has been an amazing 2 years with seminars in London, Nairobi, Canada and New York, we have presented our African Cotton Campaign at Vauxhall...
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Cotton Made in Africa Fashion Contest – Winner Announced

To mark the occasion of the Cotton made in Africa Fashion Contest, design student Michelle Thornhill created a t-shirt that combines traditional African prints with modern design. The shirt is available at the OTTO online shop ...
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