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


 
 

 
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Bantu® Wax for J.Crew – Bringing African Swimwear to the USA market – Design Colab

African swimwear? Most people probably associate Africa with the safari, the textiles, the languages, the history but this amazing continent also has a fabulous shoreline of beautiful beaches. And you know what that means…...
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DAVID TLALE AND VLISCO TEAM UP FOR AN AFRICAN-INSPIRED COLLECTION

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of his bold and daring fashion brand, David Tlale will work with Vlisco to create a limited edition collection. Entitled: “A Celebration of Heritage” the collection will be launched on Octo...
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Fashion Made in Malawi – MIA by Mia Nisbet – SS14 Collection – DESIGNER

We recently came across the latest collection from ethical label MIA by Mia Nisbet and wished to share it with you. Always original and always with great looking campaigns we believe designer Mia Nisbet continues to spread the ...
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Boxer Shorts fit for a President – Handmade in Ghana – Introducing President for Life

When we received this press release we liked the idea of it. We have seen now a few brands picking up on the wax print fabrics for swimwear and also underwear and feel it brings a little bit of what is seen as African to anothe...
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ART/C from Marrakech to Addis Ababa to Explore an ‘Immortal Africa’

ART/C, the brand, was born from Moroccan/Isreali designer Artsi Ifrach who lives, works and creates in Marrakech who recently attended Ethiopian Fashion Week 2013 to showcase 20 years of African trade and fashion amongst Eth...
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Stella Jean New Collection + Trunkshow with Moda Operandi + Showcasing with Georgio Armani!

Stella Jean is one of our favourite newcomers to the African fashion scene. She has only been around for a minute as a designer but began as model for Egon Von Furstenberg. With an interesting background being Italian and Ha...
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