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


 
 

 

Source Fashion made in Africa – Your Sunday update – #SourceAfrica

Africa’s fashion and textile industry is moving crazy fast these days. And Africa Fashion Guide is THE go to platform to keep you updated on the industry insights. So you can expect a major change from today, delivered t...
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SISTER SISTER!! Made in Malawi brand Mayamiko Introduces The “Alongosi” Collection

Featuring ethically sourced, bright textiles from the African continent, as well as deli- cate sorbet shades of luxurious GOTS certified organic cotton from Uganda, cut and sewn in Malawi, meet the newest guilt-free collection ...
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Dutch Wax in Art – a BOLD new take

Every now and then we are introduced to work that sits just outside of our remit to promote the full supply chain of Africa’s fashion and textile industry, but due to the link of this artists work with what is recognised ...
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“African Print” and ART – The Globalised Signifier of Africanness in Eddy Kamuanga Iluangas Art // NEW EVENT

The interest in contemporary African Arts has been growing exponentially over the years and though Art is not usually an area of focus for Africa Fashion Guide we do keep an eye out for African artists whose work has a relation...
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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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WE HAVE A WINNER! – The African Social Enterprise Fund – Sustainable Fashion Award 2017

Recently we had to partner with Prospero World on their African Social Enterprise Fund (ASEF) flagship programme. The ASEF aims to support young African pioneers in the Arts and creative industries, to become socially minded en...
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MAISON CHÂTEAU ROUGE & SAWA SHOES CAPSULE COLLECTION

We are asked by these two African designer brands: “Can you imagine a urban version of the traditional african mama outfit?” Maison Château Rouge and Sawa Shoes sampled indigo from Mali, they twisted african loinc...
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House of VLISCO “FlowerBomb” – AtelierVlisco colab with Viktor&Rolf SS15 Collection

Words cannot explain my joy to see this collection! First showed during Paris Fashion Week in January this year I just have to bring back to your attention the SS15 collection where AtelierVlisco collaborated with British desig...
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Lena Hoschek – “HOT MAMA AFRICA”

With inspiration from different corners of the vibrant continent – Mogadishu, Pretoria, Cairo, Cape Town, Kigali, etc. – the Austrian designer Lena Hoschek, has put together the fabulous, eye-catching Summer Spring...
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