Saturday 26th of September 2020

Nairobi, Kenya

Mia Kora Inspired with Conservation Conscience and Fashion Sense

Mia Kora Inspired with Conservation Conscience and Fashion Sense

Oscar Alochi

September 8, 2020

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Born and brought up in Kenya where the wildlife, flora and fauna has become a part of her being, it was natural to become protective of her surrounding ecosystem.  Mia Kora has introduced a charity collection where between 40% - 100% of the profits go towards selected organisations.

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AfroStreet Kollektions

AfroStreet Kollektions

Ann Mumbi

March 25, 2020

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The Fashion house has had the privilege to showcase at different platforms both locally and internationally that has helped the fashion house to reach greater heights like Swahili Fashion Week in Tanzania, The Nairobi Fashion Market , Casino Malindi Strut ItAfrika Fashion Week, The Kenya Fashion Week and The Nairobi Fashion Week.

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Kangarui

Kangarui

Ann Mumbi

March 24, 2020

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Born in Kochi City on the island of Shikoku, Yamashita spent her childhood in Thailand, Kenya, and Indonesia due to her father’s work as an engineer,when she was four, the family settled in Nakuru, the fourth-largest city in Kenya, located near Lake Nakuru National Park.“It was normal for me to go to the bush,” she remembers, looking back on a rather idyllic childhood.

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An Nisa

An Nisa

Fatmah Naeem began designing while studying optometry in the UK,instead of focusing on her lectures, Naeem would sketch outfits that she dreamt of making. She decided to follow her dream and become a fashion designer, Naeem began studies in fashion design in Canada and never looked back,In 2012, Fatmah launched An-Nisa Abayas, mixing her Arabic […]

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Kenya Kanga Collection

Kenya Kanga Collection

Kenya Kanga Collection was founded by Gemma in 2005, here’s her story: “The lightbulb moment came when I was on holiday at the coast Kenya’s coast is amazing by the way! – and I’d been walking along the beach, wearing my own kanga and admiring the local women in their kangas. It was just like suddenly […]

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