Sunday 17th of January 2021

Nairobi, Kenya

Highlights From Rwanda Fashion 2020

Rwanda is fast becoming Africa’s leading fashion hub, with a new generation of young designers turning to the country’s rich culture for inspiration to create beautiful, wearable pieces coveted by visitors and locals. The result is fashionable clothing inspired by local traditions but with sights set firmly on the future. Culture Trip speaks to the founder of Kigali Fashion Week and the creator of one of the city’s first fashion tours about their pick of the best ...

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Last chance for South Africa local Designers to enter New Talent Search

Established by SAFW in 1998, the New Talent Search is one of the most recognized talent identification initiatives in SA, This platform discovers, nurtures, and grows star talents, giving them the opportunity of a lifetime, since its inception, over 160 young designers were given the opportunity to enter the retail market, this year, the winner receives market opportunities and business support valued at R 45 500.

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Fashion Under The Baobab Trees Dakar Fashion Week takes catwalk outside and into a baobab forest

The event, held at the weekend in Senegal's capital with the theme of environmental responsibility, featured 20 designers whose collections - both those on the runway and sold in boutiques - have long been handmade on the continent rather than mass produced in factories. "Fashion Weeks exist specifically to promote the idea of continuous consumption of new clothes," she said. "They can still be a celebration of creativity, of imagination, of innovation. But everything just needs to be geared towards the ...

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African fashion is on the rise, says Naomi Campbell And it’s about time !

“These designers are finally getting the notoriety that they deserve  and they are going to keep their notoriety.” Supporting African designers working in innovative and sustainable ways is just one way to propel fashion towards positive change post Covid-19. “People want affordable, sustainable fashion  and that’s what we are trying to do here,” said the model. The notoriously white and privileged fashion business must also be inclusive if it is to reset in a positive way. Campbell has been ...

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 Naomi Campbell, Alton Mason and Alpha Dia to Grace ARISE Fashion Week Starting Today

Africa’s premier fashion show, the ARISE Fashion Week, is set to deliver one of its most exciting line-ups to date, with the unveiling of the ‘30 under 30’ fashion designers who will be competing for $500,000 in prize money. The list which includes designers from not only Nigeria but other parts of Africa and Europe, boasts fresh talent alongside some acclaimed international names in fashion.

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