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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...
by Team AFG
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Retailer Sapelle.com Introduces 30 Contemporary African Brands to London

Building on the positive response received through its online platform, recently established ladieswear retailer Sapelle.com is bringing its African fashion brands to London for a one week Pop Up Boutique from 23 to 28 July 201...
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SUPAFRIK’s Travelling “pop-up” Concept hits London and Paris this July! – RETAIL

SUPAFRIK is a travelling “pop-up” concept (part exhibit and part shop) from Toronto, Canadathat was created by Chinedu Ukabam, the creative director of Toronto fashion label Chinedesign. Part exhibit and part retail, Sup...
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ASOS AFRICA Goes Bright Bold and Printastic for their SS13 Collection

Fashion online boutique ASOS have launched their new ASOS Africa SS13 collection. Taking inspiration from East Africa, the 19 piece collection offers bright, bold and striking prints. The combination of green and yellow to...
by Jacqueline
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Studio29 Boutique by Africa Fashion Week London to open in Lagos this April

Studio 29 boutique, an extension of the highly successful AFWL brand is set to open it’s doors to Lagos fashionistas from Sunday 14th April 2013.  The first of a series of concession stores in Lagos,  African Fashion ...
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The ‘Mall Culture’ in Africa

The success of South Africa both economically and politically has put a question mark on the faces of people who always doubted this once troubled country. While the troubles still remain to some extent, South Africa has emerge...
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