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July 17th, 2017

Have you seen it yet? Our Fashion Africa Conference highlight video – Out now!

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Have you seen it yet?

Missed out on attending?

Don’t worry, we got you!

Fashion Africa Conference and the Fashion Africa Trade Expo – 2017 edition video is out now!

Watch here: https://vimeo.com/225898558

On May 25-26th, Social Enterprise Africa Fashion Guide hosted our yearly annual Fashion Africa Conference along with our latest event theFATE (the Fashion Africa Trade Expo! We invited you to join us on Africa Day in May 2017.
Held in London where the conferences started in 2011, our Fashion Africa Conference for 2017 was titled “Africa. Fashion’s Future: The African Opportunity”.
Set out over 2 large halls in the Chelsea Town Hall this chosen venue and location for the Fashion Africa Conference in 2017 is one that is in a top location with great access and right in town centre.
Our annual conference provides the opportunity for you to listen to the best industry leaders in African fashion in London, together in one place It is an event you cannot miss!

View more information on speakers and talks here: www.fashionafricaconference.com

Video produced by @matmediaonline
Hosted by Mathy Lisika Minsende Director of Whathejobisthis Here and Jacqueline Shaw Director of AfricaFashion Guide

Sponsored by
C&A Foundation / Fashion for Good
Proudly Made in Africa
Brand South Africa
Mantisworld
Soul of Africa
Karma Cola
with thanks!







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3 Comments


  1. Sadly, I wasn’t in attendance but I really enjoyed this video! Events like this are great for promoting African fashion and culture across the globe.


  2. bukenya edrisa

    you should org anise such event on the Nile{kiiyila} valley most preferably in uganda,where the first textile industry began still has alot of potential to grow



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