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Brown Beauties Brunching

Brunching and Wrapping with Brown Beauties

Kuwala was at Brown Beauties Brunching by Four Brown Girls, where we explored the reconciliation between culture, identity, and fashion from the black female perspective.
Time sure does fly when Kuwala turns 2!

Time sure does fly when Kuwala turns 2!

In Year One we focused on learning and growing, but in Year Two we change our focus to growing our connections. Check out our Year 2 in Review!
How She Hustles Fall Social & Pop-Up Shop

How She Hustles Fall Social & Pop-Up Shop

Join Kuwala at an exclusive event by women and for women. Here's your chance to socialize and shop from local women entrepreneurs. 
Pop-up Shop: Habari Africa Festival & Summer Cocktail Reception

Pop-up Shop: Habari Africa Festival & Summer Cocktail Reception

It's August and we're still setting up pop-up shops in the 6ix (thanks Drake!). Come find Kuwala at some of the chicest events in the city. 
Street Style: Afrofest (2015)

Street Style: Afrofest (2015)

From ankara and chitenge prints to dashiki and kente cloths, there were many stylish individuals enjoying the festivities. Check them out!
Pop-up Shop: The Everyday (June)

Pop-up Shop: The Everyday (June)

From vintage clothing to unique home decor, handmade jewelry to African-inspired fashion, join Kuwala at The Everyday collective pop-up shop this June.
Pop-up Shop: The Politics of Black Hair

Pop-up Shop: The Politics of Black Hair

This event series is meant to "begin a deeper dialogue amongst our community, beyond the natural vs relaxed debate... [and] is intended to create a space where we can discuss the social, economic, historical, and environmental factors concerning Black Hair."

After a Year of Learning and Growing, Kuwala Turns One!

After a Year of Learning and Growing, Kuwala Turns One!

Get the cake ready because this month marks 1 year since we launched Kuwala! From the customers and bloggers to our mentors and partners, we are grateful to everyone that has supported Kuwala in our first year of business!

Find Us at the Holiday Pop-Ups (2014)

Find Us at the Holiday Pop-Ups (2014)

In order to serve you better, we're happy to announce that we've added 2 additional pop-up locations for this holiday season.

Black Market by Black Artists' Network in Dialogue

Black Market by Black Artists' Network in Dialogue

Organized by the Black Artists' Network in Dialogue (BAND), the Black Market is a family friendly festival which brings together great food, shopping, performance and prizes.

TADC: Private Holiday Sale

TADC: Private Holiday Sale

Kuwala has teamed up with The African Designers Club (TADC) to hold our first Private Holiday Sale for admirers of African-inspired fashion, home decor and beauty products. 

Pop-up Shop: #AfroChic2014

Pop-up Shop: #AfroChic2014

We love pop-up shops because we get to meet you! Join Kuwala at the 5th and final AfroChic Cutural Arts Exhibit! Afrochic highlights the culturally rich energy of the distinct and colourful African-Canadian community of Toronto. This year the event will be hosted by the innovative Amanda Parris. You can also expect a great music mix by DJ Afroditee. Guests will be taken on a visual and musical journey inspired by the 80’s and 90’s.

Pop-up Shop: #MissAfropolitan2014

Pop-up Shop: #MissAfropolitan2014

The Miss Afropolitan Beauty Pageant will be Kuwala's first pop-up shop since launching. Organized by the Afropolitan Week of Fashion and Arts, the pageant honours young talented ladies of African and Caribbean backgrounds in Canada.