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


 
 

 

Getting up Close with…Mayamiko – Fashion Africa Conference Speaker

In the lead up to our annual event Fashion Africa Conference 2015 we wanted to introduce you to a selection of our panellists who will be speaking at our conference. They all have an interesting relationship with the continen...
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Africa Fashion Guide announces African Cotton Campaign Tee Sponsors – Mantisworld!! – Available to Buy at Fashion Africa Conf. 2015

We are extremely pleased to announce our Tee Shirt sponsors for our Fashion Africa Conference 2015. Mantisworld and its Founder Prama Bhardwaj have been active supporters of our work as have we been huge fans of theirs. Having ...
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Osei-Duro Launches a Kickstarter campaign: Ethical Clothing Rooted in Traditional Textiles

Since their first exploratory trip in 2009, Osei-Duro work with Ghanaian artisans to create high-quality, contemporary apparel using handmade textile techniques and transparent, small scale production processes. Osei-Duro is ...
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“Afro Shoes” – Supporting African Shoe Manufacture – Made in Africa

Afros is a innovative footwear fashion house  founded in June 2012 by designer Emo Rugene out of a yearning to create a fashionable every day shoe that Kenyans can identify with and make their own. Made out of Ankara fabric, t...
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Love Dance? Go from Ballet to the Circus with Loza Maléombho for SS15 – DESIGNER

Loza Maléombho’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection was launched at AFI Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Africa this past few weeks ago. This collection recalls African traditions with a modern and futuristic twists particular to the...
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The Passion of PANAH – Making Luxury Fashion in Kenya – FACTORY

Having met Panah Co-Founder Evgeniya Khromina in New York some years back before her vision was established I am now able to say I am truly honoured to have met her. Firstly I am grateful for her supporting AFG at our Fash...
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