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


 
 

 

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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Journey via Uganda, Rwanda and Kenya to Burundi – Sustainable Wearable Art –

We have been trying to present this awesome lady and her business to you for a while. What makes her special to us is not that she has been contributor to Africa Fashion Guide since we launched in 2011 but her amazing tenacity ...
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MIA by Mia Nisbet Crowdfunding Campaign Will Transform the Meaning of Up-Cycled Clothing

MIA by Mia Nisbet launches a crowdfunding campaign to release a unique line of eye-catching clothes from quality waste textiles and will contribute to creating sustainable livelihoods for Malawian tailors. The kriticalmass camp...
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Fashion Made in Malawi – MIA by Mia Nisbet – SS14 Collection – DESIGNER

We recently came across the latest collection from ethical label MIA by Mia Nisbet and wished to share it with you. Always original and always with great looking campaigns we believe designer Mia Nisbet continues to spread the ...
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Straight From Ethiopia to Barcelona: SoleRebels Footwear Lands Its First Store in Spain

The Ethiopian artisan footwear, soleRebels have recently opened its first store in Spain in Barcelona. Founded by Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu in 2004, soleRebel has become Africa’s largest footwear brand selling in 55 count...
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Amani Liberia: Transformation Through Fashion

One of Liberia’s greatest victories in recent times was the election of Africa’s first female president, Hon. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. Since then, the Republic has made a major impact in the growing woman empowerment movement...
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Mia Nisbet brings Upcycled Fashion to a catwalk in Spitalsfield London

MIA by Mia Nisbet is a company, a brand, a concept and a designer that we love here at Africa Fashion Guide. We simply adore her and for the simple reason she emphasizes the importance of bring the fun back to fashion in a way ...
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Creative Meets Affordable: Uganda’s Ras Kasozi debuts 2-in-1 Jacket collection

With an eccentric personal sense of style (he was garbed in a spiky tunic when I met him), Ras Kasozi is not your average fashion designer, he is an artist with an evolving mind and everything on him signals that. After years o...
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Germaine's Bags - image courtesy Kharumwa Photography

Germaine’s Bags – Recycling for Rwanda – DESIGNER PROFILE

Twenty-two year old Germaine Dusenge is a Rwandan who loves her country. At first glance, she appears quite shy, yet, within minutes of our first meeting, as we set about to speak about her work, she begins to exude confidence....
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