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


 
 

 

Africa is NOT wax-print and Wax-print is NOT Africa! The Stella McCartney debate

Being champions for African Fashion here at Africa Fashion Guide, an enterprise who promotes what is African made and encourages fashion brands to source fashion made in Africa but a recent video on Facebook posted by a young l...
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Laurence Airlines – Menswear Flying for African Fashion – DESIGNER

We came across this cool label that showed during London Fashion Week most recently. And we thought as we aim to present more menswear to you to give you an update on what they are doing. LAURENCEAIRLINE is a fashion label b...
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Loza Maléombho Indiegogo Campaign Re-branding African made Apparel

Not only is Loza Maléombho an up and coming, award winning women’s clothes designer, but her vision of fashion encorporates ethical solutions to help support the social and economic empowerment of women in Cô...
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Loza Maléombho wins at Arise!

Loza Maléombho is a women’s ready to wear clothing line based in New York and supporting women empowerment, social and economic trades in Cote d’Ivoire. Their designs and development take place in New York employin...
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Laurence Airlines on route for 2013 – NEW collection!

LAURENCEAIRLINE is a fashion label based out of Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, the hometown of LAURENCEAIRLINE’s chief designer, Laurence Chauvin Buthaud. Born in Africa, childhood in Switzerland and moving to Paris, Buthaud can...
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BantuWax – African Inspired Swimwear

Bantu is an African-inspired, African-made swimwear brand, whose mission is to ”introduce the world to African beach culture by creating a hot line of beach and resort wear, accessories, and skincare products using indigenous...
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The Strong Women from Boundiali – Cotton made in Africa supports women’s cooperatives in Côte d’Ivoire

The Cotton made in Africa Initiative (CmiA) supports 25 women’s cooperatives in northern Côte d’Ivoire. Inside one year, 1,250 women and 12,500 family members are set to profit from financial start-up aid in cooper...
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Loza Celebrates Stripes, Frills and Weaves in her SS13 Collection

Loza who this year was awarded Arise Magazine Fashion Week’s Emerging Designer of the Year 2012, is one of our favourite designers for celebrating our love of traditional hand woven cloth in Africa. She truly believes that th...
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Baroness Lola Young to be Ambassador for the Aid by Trade Foundation

Parliamentarian Advocates Sustainable Fashion Made of African Cotton The Aid by Trade Foundation (AbTF) is expanding its’ network in Great Britain: Baroness Lola Young has come on board as the foundation’s ambassador. T...
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