Earlier this month, South Africa’s top designers revealed their autumn/winter collections at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Joburg (MBFWJ).
Strategically held on Fashion Revolution Day, the Fashion Africa Conference will take place on April 24, 2015 in London. For the first time the event will be hosted by Africa Fashion Guide, a social enterprise dedicated to promoting the African fashion and textile industry with an ethical perspective.
In a mesmerizing fashion film, Senegalese model Kinee Diouf shows off the SS2015 collection from Nigerian label Duro Olowu.
The ITC Ethical Fashion Initiative is scouting the African continent for creative fashion and accessories designers interested in building a global brand that values and is committed to high quality artisanship.
Dorovee launches a crowd-funding campaign to help build a production centre to house her production team.
Earlier this month, fashion designers from all over Africa travelled to Ghana for the 2014 Glitz Africa Fashion Week. From Nigeria to Angola, over 40 designers took to the runway to showcase their dynamic creations to the world.
We were exploring Instagram the other day and came across Diana Opoti’s profile. She’s a woman on a mission to wear nothing but African fashion brands for 100 days.