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


 
 

 

Ubuntu International Project brings African Fashion to London

Ubuntu International Project is an organisation developing, promoting and exporting a new African design led aesthetic that fuses the techniques and traditions of Africa with African contemporary fashion in order to create a un...
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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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‘LOVE FROM AFRICA’ – Africa Fashion Guide Cotton Campaign Launches today

With it being Valentines day and all we felt it suiting to launch our African cotton campaign today. Entitled ‘Love From Africa’ we are campaigning to raise awareness of the present situation of African cotton and t...
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SHE SAID YES! Fashion’s true Champion! Katharine Hamnett joins us as a speaker at Fashion Africa Conference this May

To my fellow Afropreneurs Guess what? She said yes!!! What? Who? you say…let me explain. When I started my Fashion Design BA Hons degree in 1998 there were many influencers to my work and my design ethics. I loved all the...
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Preventing the Contamination of AFRICAN ORGANIC COTTON: Organic practices hold the key

We want to keep you posted on all aspects of the African Cotton industry. You may ask why is it important, what issues arise i n farming African cotton and also how does the processing of cotton actually work. We will continue ...
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It is our 2ND Birthday!

2 years ago today we launched AFG and my first book in London at the Africa Centre. It has been an amazing 2 years with seminars in London, Nairobi, Canada and New York, we have presented our African Cotton Campaign at Vauxhall...
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