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


 
 

 

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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SAWA Shoes – Doing Business in Africa – Company PROFILE

With us being in Ethiopia for the Hub of Africa Fashion Week and the Origin Africa trade event we thought it fitting to highlight a reputable brand that is taking the shoewear market by storm out there. SAWA Shoes. They are not...
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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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theFAMILY – Rebuilding African Communities by Building African Businesses

End of 2019 in our membership club The F.A.Mily we had our weekly session (happens every Wednesday) I tasked everyone to send to me their plan for their business for he next 6 months. Can you believe Saturday marks the beginnin...
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Malawi based Mayamiko and their Inspired Fundraising Fashion Show

MAYAMIKO Trust is a UK registered charity since 2008 which was developed by Mayamiko Chairperson, Paola Masperi and the Late Hon Minister Kate Kainja Kaluluma, who had been Minister for Education in Malawi and at the time was ...
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Invisible Children, MEND bags and the ‘Human Connection’

Invisible Children began in the spring of 2003 when 3 young film makers from Southern California travelled to Africa in search of a story. On their travels they learnt of the tragedy of child soldiers in Northern Uganda and wer...
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THE AFRICAN SHIRT COMPANY / Love Shirts, Love Africa – DESIGNER PROFILE

I first visited The African Shirt Company on my trip to Nairobi where I hosted our Fashion Africa Seminar. I flew from Nairobi into Mombasa (after taking near to 10 planes already) and was so glad to be met by the lovely Kenyan...
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African “beauty in the finest cloth” by Beshlie – Designer PROFILE

African fashion and textiles has been adopted by an ambitious young fashion designer who is working to improving the future of women across the world with her beautiful, ethical clothing and accessories. With a heritage that ...
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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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