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


May 4th, 2017

Have you seen the LIST? EVENT SCHEDULE it is in! – Full line-up of speakers for Fashion Africa Conference 2017. Book TODAY!

We know you have been waiting and we have taken the time to really curate an amazing line of speakers for you for this years Fashion Africa Conference. We have been working HARD behind the scenes, and we know it has taken a while BUT we promised not to go halves in presenting you with our best.

So we won’t give a long winded speech about who is on the speaker list but instead will just show it to you … let you see for yourself. And we know you will literally jump at the chance to join us.

DO go ahead and check out our Fashion Africa Conference 2017 Event Schedule!

We encourage you to come along and join our speakers contributions to our conference theme of Africa. Fashion’s Future: The African Opportunity.

Don’t miss out, but register today!

Event: Fashion Africa Conference 2017

Date: May 25th & 26th 2017

Location: Chelsea Town Hall, Kings Road, London SW3

Time: 9am – doors open 8.30


Event details: see



Event sponsors include: #C&AFoundation, #FashionForGood, #HatchAfrica, #Mantisworld, #KarmaCola, #SoulOfAfrica, #ProudlyMadeInAfrica

Sign up here for your opportunity to be part of Africans fashion future. Register now!

So don’t delay register today!

With love from Africa
Jacqueline Shaw

Africa Fashion Guide Ltd

See our video from our 2016 edition here to get you ready for it!

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