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


 
 

 

Adjoa Osei ‘Adapt’ collection at the FAB Magazine Launch – EVENT

There is  a new designer in town! Adjoa Osei will be presenting her label of the same name at the FABmagazine launch in collaboration with StylishDay this Sunday 7th August. Adapt is the new exclusive, limited edition eight pi...
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VOGUE Talents Italy Launch ‘SCOUTING FOR AFRICA’ – Fashion Designers Apply Now!

Vogue Talents in collaboration with Joan Okorodudu’s International Business Consortium Nigeria limited organisers of Africa’s biggest model search and owners of Ecowas Fashion week and Africa International fashion week...
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Sika Designs is ‘DayDreaming’ about their latest Collection

SIKA Designs is one of those African fashion successes and was formed in 2006 purely from a true passion for fashion. The label operates from London and Ghana, with 12 people working in Ghana and 3 employed in the UK.  The bra...
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Yevu – Wax-Print Apparel, Ethically Made in Ghana – DESIGNER

YEVU is a clothing line that is ethically made in Ghana, West Africa. YEVU, which means “white woman” in the local Ewe language, was a word that Anna Robertson heard daily as she navigated the lively and chaotic city of Ac...
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To AFIA, with love from Ghana

Afia is a sustainable apparel line consisting of women’s clothing in its own individual style. The focus behind it is about valuing craft and the production process is a very important part of the business for owner Megh...
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Sneak Peek – Chichia London is having “Second Thoughts” of their SS13 collection

Chichia London is one of our Africa Fashion Guide favourite ethical and made in Africa brands so we are always interested to see any upcoming collections by the team. Started in 2007 by Tanzanian designer Christine Mhando, this...
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