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


 
 

 

Lanre Da Silva Ajayi Debuts S/S 2013 Collection ‘Butterfly Kisses’ In Dolce & Gabbana Spiga2 Concept Store In Milan, Italy

2013 is off to a groundbreaking start for Nigerian Fashion Designer Lanre Da Silva Ajayi (LDA) of self-named design brand as she continues to set the pace in African fashion and what brought AFG Founder Jacqueline Shaw to featu...
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African Creative Collective x ASOS Market Place – BOUTIQUE

African Creative Collective is pleased to announce the launch of its’ boutique on ASOS market place. The boutique consists of designs from designers of African origin or with a link to Africa e.g production on the contine...
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Le Tabouret D’Or – Luxury AFRICAN FASHION E-Boutique

“African Fashion” is continuing to rise up. And boutiques are popping up everywhere we look which is fantastic! Even this week we were asked about the availability of African fashion the USA and it was just by chance that w...
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The Evolution of Pop-Up African Fashion Shops – FASHION AFRICA BUSINESS ANALYSIS

Cynthia Anduhtabe is a branding, marketing and communications consultant, as well as running her own blog Fah-schyon Cynthia is a guest contributor for Africa Fashion Guide to bring you an in-depth analysis of Africa fashion br...
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ABURY love’s Kenyan Designer Adele Dejak

ABURY comes within reach – 2013 a new stage starts at ABURY: The first ABURY Store is opening up in Kastanienallee 42 in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin.  ABURY Collection started in 2011 with the mission to combine young, modern de...
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Madeleine Rosberg – EVENT SPEAKER – Fashion Africa Conference 2016 – London

On September 8th 2016, Africa Fashion Guide hosts our 5th year anniversary Fashion Africa Conference event in London and we are extremely pleased to announce our cohort of professional industry speakers and encourage you not to...
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