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


Africa Fashion Guide African Cotton Tee Campaign - 2012 - Image copyright AO-Photography for Africa Fashion Guide

Africa Fashion Guide and Ubuntu International Project bring African Cotton to London Fashion Week.

This Valentines Day Social Enterprise Africa Fashion Guide (AFG) launched their African cotton campaign. Entitled ‘Love From Africa’ the campaign took the catwalk by storm as they launched during London Fashion Week...
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image courtesy - Babtunde Styles

Babatunde: Accessories to extinguish those Winter Blues

We all know that in the Winter months we like to retreat to those familiar shades of blacks, greys and navy blues. Well, here’s a man whose hats and umbrellas will surely add a spot of colour into the dullest of outfits. Gare...
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Germaine's Bags - image courtesy Kharumwa Photography

Germaine’s Bags – Recycling for Rwanda – DESIGNER PROFILE

Twenty-two year old Germaine Dusenge is a Rwandan who loves her country. At first glance, she appears quite shy, yet, within minutes of our first meeting, as we set about to speak about her work, she begins to exude confidence....
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AAKS Designs – Ethically Made in Ghana Fashion Brand bringing a new AfroLuxe Appeal to Raffia

Having met Akosua at previous African fashion events in London I was intrigued by her brand and the product she was making in her home country Ghana. My natural love of the Gold Coast region drew me to learn more about her work...
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Hommage à l’Art collection - Vlisco

Vlisco introduces Hommage a L’Art collection

VLISCO is the only brand in the world creating authentic DUTCH WAX fabrics and is recognizable for its unique design, colours and WAX CRAQUELÉ. The Hommage à l’Art collection honours Vlisco’s art by placing our iconic dra...
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PAISLEY PATTERN - The African Shirt Company - Image Copyright African Shirt Company


I first visited The African Shirt Company on my trip to Nairobi where I hosted our Fashion Africa Seminar. I flew from Nairobi into Mombasa (after taking near to 10 planes already) and was so glad to be met by the lovely Kenyan...
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