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


 
 

 

Sylvia Owori launches 2013 Vintage Collection

East Africa’s leading fashion designer and entrepreneur yet again launched her new vintage collection recently which had many wearable pieces in colourful African fabric. The new line was launched at the monthly fashion event...
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Diesel X Edun “Born in Africa” – African Cotton collection in stores Feb 27th!

Diesel and Edun announce the launch of their colab collection “Born in Africa”. The DIESEL+EDUN collaboration will engage a global audience with the passion of its founders to raise awareness of the creative opportu...
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Save the Date for the 2nd Future Fabrics Expo – EVENT

The Future Fabrics Expo organised by The Sustainable Angle will again showcase hundreds of globally sourced fabrics with a lower environmental impact suitable for mid to high end fashion brands, like last year hosted by the L...
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Amani Liberia: Transformation Through Fashion

One of Liberia’s greatest victories in recent times was the election of Africa’s first female president, Hon. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. Since then, the Republic has made a major impact in the growing woman empowerment movement...
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AFROCHIC SWAP – EVENT

Christelle KEDI is an award winning make-up artist born and raised in Paris. She has a background in training at London College of Fashion and then she  started her London-based consultancy specialized in make up & fas...
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PUMA® Wilderness collection Sourced and Produced Sustainably in Africa

Sportlifestyle company, PUMA this summer, announces its new PUMA Wilderness collection, a line of apparel, footwear and accessories inspired by the landscape and climate of Africa. The collection, primarily sourced and produce...
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