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August 5th, 2013

AFWLA unveils newly redesigned website and 2013 Campaign images

As previous sponsors of Africa Fashion Week Los Angeles, we are pleased to hear that AFWLA, LLC., the innovative fashion and events production company, has unveiled a brand new website as part of their strategy to expand their international business activity, targeting apparel self-sourcing retailers, designers, buyers, and lovers of fashion worldwide. In addition to the updated modern layout, has a sleek and comprehensive user-friendly design, which will encourage more user interaction.

The new site also features images from AFWLA’s 2013 campaign ‘The Power of Prints’, shot both in New York and Los Angeles. AFWLA teamed up with designers Rue 114, Della, and MSC Treasures along with models Eromomen Esoimeme and Suzy Oluwa to create high-fashion African inspired imagery.“We couldn’t be more pleased with AFWLA’s website relaunch,” said founders of AFWLA, Onyinyechi Egeonuigwe and Nnenna Obioha. “From the clean and chic design, to the new features, we are very excited! Everything about the evolved site reflects who we are—and the future of AFWLA within the fashion world.”

To experience the redesigned AFWLA website, please visit

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Africa Fashion Guide tee shirt from our African Cotton Campaign 2013 collection

Photography by Brittany Roughton 

Tee shirt is from the AFG African cotton campaign – and is 100% Organic African Cotton – for more information contact us at

Makeup by Brandy Allen
Creative Direction by Onyinyechi Egeonuigwe
Styled by Onyinyechi and Ndidi Egeonuigwe



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