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


 
 

 

Yo Yo Y’OH – Menswear Designer PROFILE

We realise we don’t feature enough menswear brands who are repping Africa – so encourage you all to send in your press releases if you specifically focus on this area of design. When we came across Y’OH we jus...
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Mina Evans Capsule Collection “FINURA” at GLITZ Africa Fashion Week 2012

Mina Evans-Anfom graduated from London Centre for Fashion Studies under Northumbria School of Design, Design School Southern Africa, Johannesburg and was consumed by her passion for fashion enough to launch her own luxury bran...
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New World African – KAYOBI 2011 Collection!

We interviewed Kwabena of Kayobi a short while ago and are loving the new collection. The styling, the colours, the graphics are all looking STRONG! His aim was to change the perception of Africa through clothing. The idea of h...
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Up Close and Personal with EDUN New CEO – Julien Labat

Hearing the recent announcement that Julien Labat has moved from Carven to Edun, we were interested in hearing more about this and ask Julien to discuss his move to EDUN. We also gained more understanding of his view on the fu...
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Africa is NOT wax-print and Wax-print is NOT Africa! The Stella McCartney debate

Being champions for African Fashion here at Africa Fashion Guide, an enterprise who promotes what is African made and encourages fashion brands to source fashion made in Africa but a recent video on Facebook posted by a young l...
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Yorubatik textile journey to Africa

Yorubatik was recently on show at our AfricaFashionGuide book launch for ‘Fashion Africa’ on Friday 9th September. See Christina spotted her with Kwabena of Kayobi Clothing. yorubatik and Kayobi clothing Christina O...
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