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From France to Rwanda we present Petit Pagne – Company PROFILE

Considered as ‘Wearable Fairtrade’ Petit Pagne is a fashion company based in Rwanda, and what we love about the brand is that they infuse Western classics with African culture to create the ‘clean, elegant and vib...
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Ivory Coast Fashion Week 2012 – EVENT

World Fashion Organization (WFO) is an entity established to provide a global platform for the national fashion industries, to promote corporate, environmental and social responsibility within the global fashion and textile ind...
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Up Close and Personal with EDUN New CEO – Julien Labat

Hearing the recent announcement that Julien Labat has moved from Carven to Edun, we were interested in hearing more about this and ask Julien to discuss his move to EDUN. We also gained more understanding of his view on the fu...
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Time to Kickstart your UNIFORM – New Product Campaign by Liberty & Justice

UNIFORM, a premium clothing line by Liberty&Justice, launched in a 45-day Kickstarter campaign, on June 2nd.  Produced in Africa’s first fair trade factory, UNIFORM’s high-quality T-shirts will be distributed world...
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Ghana Fashion & Design Week introduces: LICORICE

Ghana Fashion & Design Week reveals its 2012 London Campaign on Vogue Black Italia featuring the KORLEKIE collection by Ghanaian-British Designer Beatrice Korlekie Newman in collaboration with Brazilian Shoe label, Stud...
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Africa Fashion Week London and FAB Magazine Announce Partnership

Africa Fashion Week London (AFWL) and international fashion and lifestyle magazine FAB are delighted to announce their partnership in the run up to this year’s edition of AFWL scheduled to be held at London Spitalfields Marke...
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Uganda’s Xenson – Pushing Boundaries

We are very excited always to hear from our readers and followers of this websites and we are constantly contacted about projects, designers amd more happening in Africa and make an effort to do features on a variety of brands ...
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Laurence Airlines – Clothing with Flying Colours – Designer PROFILE

We came across this cool label that showed during London Fashion Week most recently. You know we are trying to present more menswear to you so here you go! The concept behind LAURENCEAIRLINE is based on how fashion and ethnic c...
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Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Cape Town date and theme announced

With 18 shows over four days, from fashion to cars, and venues to add an extra dimension of global relevance, innovation and lifestyles; themed “icons”, the mother city is set to strike a pose when the Mercedes Benz Fashion...
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Fashion Africa – Brand Analysis: What Does your Website say about you?

Hello people! Welcome to our usual meeting spot where we discuss fashion brands from the ‘black’ continent. You can also read our other Fashion Africa – Business Analysis reports such as designer Sika, designer...
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AGOA FORUM 2012: Expiration of Third Country Fabric Exemption Threatens Gains

AGOA is due to remain in force until 2015. However, one of its concessions, the third country fabric provision, a key driver of the apparel sector’s success, expires at the end of September 2012. Thousands of African apparel ...
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