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


March 15th, 2017

Look who’s talking! – The Full line up of speakers for Fashion Africa Voices is in! Be there March 22nd

GHANA FASHION COMMUNITY! If you have yet to register for your ticket, you need to ASAP because the line-up for the upcoming Fashion Africa Voices seminar is looking HOT!

Taking place in the heart of Ghana and the first edition of Fashion Africa Voices seminars on the African continent, brought by Africa Fashion Guide, it is strategic to have some of the best and the most key speakers from Ghana’s own local fashion industry join as speakers.

In partnership with British Council Ghana, Hatch Africa and Fashion Forum Africa, this March 22nd, Africa Fashion Guide are bringing their mini talk entitled Fashion Africa Voices to Accra, Ghana, during the British Council Enterprise Africa Summit. (See link to register: )


Hosted by Ivy Prosper of Prosper Creative Group and Facilitated by Africa Fashion Guide’s own Director Jacqueline Shaw, the confirmed panel speakers are as follows:



Session 1: Fashion & Education

Host:          Emeline Nsingi Nkosi – GhONE Tv

Speakers:   Yvonne Ntiamoah – Radford University

Celeste van Joost – Celmatique

Madonna Kendona – Raffia

Nsimba Valene Lontanga – Libaya

Faith Senam – e’april Public Relations




Session 2: Fashion & Ethics

Host:          Jacqueline Shaw – Africa Fashion Guide Ltd

Speakers:   Akosua Afriyie Kumi – AAKS/Fashion Revolution GH

Dorcas Payne – Ethical Apparel Africa

Kofi Anokye – Studio189

Molly Keogh – Osei Duro

Vanessa Bannerman – Christie Brown




Session 3: Fashion & Finance

Host:          Makeba Boateng – Fashion Forum Africa

Speakers:   Claudia Lumor – Glitz Africa

Nana Kwame Adusei – Charlotte Prive

Stefania Manfreda – Elle Lokko

Tony Burkson – UK Ghana Chamber of Commerce

Emmanuel Odonkor – West Africa Trade Hub TBC





Interview – Up Close and Personal

Host:          Ivy Prosper – Prosper Creative Group

Speakers:   Maame Adjei – An African City

Girl Going Places



Fashion Africa Voices have a direct focus on business, entrepreneurship and sustainability within Africa’s fashion and textile industry, and brings together a niche group of entrepreneurs and SME businesses with an aim to support their business development goals and get them on the road to success knowing that ultimately this is important in driving success in Africa’s textile industry.


Venue: the British Council  Accra offices – Liberia Road

Date: Wednesday 22nd March 2017

Time: 1pm-4pm (open for registration at 12.30pm)

Cost: FREE!





These Fashion Africa Voices mini talks are an opportunity for those who wish to delve deeper, ask those pressing questions they wish to be answered, as well as the chance to gain the specific industry business advice they need.


Spaces are very limited and so we do advise that you book early to avoid disappointment.


Do contact if you have any relevant questions.



British Council Ghana

Hatch Africa 

Africa Fashion Guide Ltd

Fashion Forum Africa






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