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Kenyan Design enthused with Nigerian Currency – East meets West.

The brand Adele Dejak one of Kenyas infamous designer labels may have been quiet recently but the truth is that they have been undergoing months of brain racking and a lot of hard work. Like them we are also excited to see the...
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Experts See Cotton made in Africa as a Sustainable Basis for the Growing Textile Industry in Ethiopia

Cotton is the most widely used raw material for global textile production and the livelihood of millions of people in Africa. In East African Ethiopia, cotton is both farmed and manufactured into textiles for international trad...
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Exhibition announcement: Fashion Cities Africa | Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, UK | 30 April 2016 to 8 Jan 2017

Fashion Cities Africa Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Brighton, UK 30 April 2016 to 8 January 2017   The first major UK exhibition dedicated to contemporary African fashion will open at BrightonMuseum & Art Gallery in A...
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House of VLISCO “FlowerBomb” – AtelierVlisco colab with Viktor&Rolf SS15 Collection

Words cannot explain my joy to see this collection! First showed during Paris Fashion Week in January this year I just have to bring back to your attention the SS15 collection where AtelierVlisco collaborated with British desig...
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Indigo Master // Aboubakar Fofana x Choolips

Choolips is starting a somewhat new journey during this July. They will be hosting legendary Indigo Master, Aboubakar Fofana, who will teach the ancient West African art of indigo & mud dye at the Choolips Studio, a uni...
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Fashion Africa Conference 2015 – The Director’s Report

Though Africa Day May 25th has just finished we are still in Africa Month and it seems fitting to give an update on the events from our Fashion Africa Conference 2015 edition. Is Africa having it’s own Fashion Revolution? Is ...
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