The scholarship fund will sponsor under privileged school girls in secondary school pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects.
Ten percent of our annual net sales will go towards the fund.
Our goal is to empower these young girls to succeed and hopefully become the next women leaders of Africa and the world.
Only a precious few African designers have shared in the global fashion limelight alongside western counterparts. Nevertheless, a new generation of designers in Africa and the diaspora have started to rise through the fashion industry. Many new and amazing African designers have emerged onto the fashion scene
African clothing is taking the fashion industry by storm in these days as it’s the beautiful combination of traditional and modern clothing.
African Fashion has literally been on a non-stop upward growth curve signaling to anyone who’s been paying attention Africa is the future.
Quiin Abenakyo’s stunning looks combined with her intellect, personality and impressive “beauty with a purpose” project impressed the judges throughout the competition. After Quiin won the head to head challenge and was confirmed in the top 40 semi-finalists, the entire nation got behind her to rally for votes.
One of the highlights of the evening was the outstanding show of support, unity and positivity by the Woman of the Future Nominees who exemplified “Women Supporting Women” by cheering on the winner in their category and even going further to walk her to the stage, these young women were the talk of the evening.