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


 
 

 

6 Reasons Why “Travel Africa” in 2020 is KEY to Grow Your Fashion Business

Right now it’s the final Sunday of 2019 and we enter a new decade and I have new emails for my newsletter list on this series of Source Sundays focused on sourcing textiles, country insights and more video interviews. But...
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Fashion, F.A.S.T and Festival FUN! – Ghana – August 2018 – Lets do this!

It is with so much excitement that today on Ghana Independence Day 2018 we inform you that we will be heading back to Ghana this August for our next Fashion Africa Sourcing Trip (F.A.S.T) AND will be heading to the Chale Wote S...
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How I started my Fashion Made in Africa Clothing label and how YOU can too!

When I started Africa Fashion Guide I said to myself I can’t start this business and consult with people about sourcing and manufacturing in Africa if i have yet to do it myself. So I went out, and did it.  I designed...
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Fashion Sourced in Africa? Let’s go F.A.S.T together this March 2017

THE NEWS! U.K. based company, Africa Fashion Guide Ltd launch our first sourcing trips in 2017 in partnership with local host British Council Ghana and Hatch Africa, tailored towards fashion industry professionals and vision...
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Love Dance? Go from Ballet to the Circus with Loza Maléombho for SS15 – DESIGNER

Loza Maléombho’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection was launched at AFI Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Africa this past few weeks ago. This collection recalls African traditions with a modern and futuristic twists particular to the...
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Kushn: Leather Goods Company Supports More African Artisans with Ethiopian Cushions

Kushn designs reflect a dynamic, colourful and creative Africa that remains culturally rooted yet globally engaged. With a common interest in fashion and an African upbringing Kushn was created by Cape Town residers Greer Val...
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Trine Lindegaard Fuses Kente and Charity through Colab with Fine Cell Work – UK’s biggest prisons.

Trine Lindegaard has featured on AFG before for the unique use of Kente textiles. Trine spent some time in Ghana developing new Kente designs together with a local family run Kente weaving business. For the SS14 collection Tri...
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Loza Maléombho brings a Futuristic Eclectic mix for SS14 – DESIGNER

Loza Maléombho is a brand we have followed for a few years now which offers culturally eclectic garments – with an ethical and social mindset – to an international world of fashionistas. We have liked various detai...
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Danish brand Trine Lindegaard goes all West Africa with a Kente inspired SS13 collection

If you dont know by now then you will know today that alongside promoting and campaigning for African cotton we are soo in love with traditional handwoven cloth. So you can imagine our joy when we came across this Danish find w...
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