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


 
 

 

ASOS Africa AW11/12 SOKO made collection revealed

We recently showcased a small snippet of ASOS Africa new collection but today we reveal a bit more to all you lovers. Read up on our report on SOKO here. The direction has obviously changed aesthetically but the made in Africa ...
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SOURCE AFRICA 2013 – The African Textile, Apparel & Footwear Trade Event – EVENT

Africa has long been a source of inspiration for fashion trends, but for the first time it is being recognised as a valuable producer of fashion, with major retailers already actively sourcing from the continent. In response to...
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African Fashion Scarves for the Winter Months

We have noticed a movement within African fashion to include accessories and in particular scarves and not just for the winter season. We have spotted a few that we really love and wished to highlight to you as you prepare to w...
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Modahnik X MamAfrica Designs Collaborating in Congo – Support their Project!

Founded in 2009 by designer Kahindo Mateene, MODAHNIK is known for the mix of vibrant colors with bold prints. Having lived and traveled in Africa, Europe and America, Kahindo expertly combines these dierent stylistic elements...
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Ethical Design colabs – Johari x Julia Smith

Designer Colab – Johari meets Julia Smith Johari is one of those fashion labels in Africa that we have alot of support for. Johari means ‘something precious’ in Swahili and every item is handmade in Kenya by Social En...
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An Interview with Ghana’s Global Mamas – COOPERATIVE Profile

The United Nations have declared that 2012 is the Year of the Cooperative. This is especially important to myself due to my interest in international development work. Also, by now many people know I hold a soft spot for Africa...
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