Monday 23rd of November 2020

Nairobi, Kenya

Archel Bernard Making Bold Moves in Africa Fashion Industry 

Archel Bernard Making Bold Moves in Africa Fashion Industry 

“We are making tangible change in the lives of women who work for us.“ It’s change inspired by Bernard’s journey and all the people who have been part of it. Her grandmother, after fleeing Liberia, worked long hours in retail at a J.C. Penney until she couldn’t work anymore. She was at the grand opening of Bombchel.

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Nisha Kanabar The Curator Championing African Fashion

Nisha Kanabar The Curator Championing African Fashion

Nisha Kanabar founded Industrie Africa in hopes of addressing the misconceptions and stereotypical impressions of what African design really is. “It was important for me to create a 360-degree hub of contemporary African fashion that’s global, curated, and current

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Tshego Manche from a small town of Klerksdorp with Big Dreams For African Fashion

Tshego Manche from a small town of Klerksdorp with Big Dreams For African Fashion

Fashion Police

September 16, 2020

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La Manche clothing was registered in early 2012 and was ready to put the all the theory into practice. Manche dropped out of varsity during her third year and went on to start selling on a small scale to friends and family, and she opened her physical store end of 2012.

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Industrie Africa New Shopping Site Makes It Easy to Discover African Fashion Brands

Industrie Africa New Shopping Site Makes It Easy to Discover African Fashion Brands

Nisha Kanabar is a native Tanzanian with cultivated expertise in Africa’s emerging designer market. As the CEO and founder of Industrie Africa, Nisha is at the forefront of a culturally significant moment for African fashion in an increasingly globalized world. A seasoned leader with a background that crosses numerous markets, her experience spans the editorial and commercial teams of top industry names including the American and Indian counterparts of VOGUE, and Conde Nast’s Middle Eastern presence Style.com/...

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Winner Of African Kids Fashion Week is June Alaare Wisse a 7 years old Nigerian Dutch Model

Winner Of African Kids Fashion Week is June Alaare Wisse a 7 years old Nigerian Dutch Model

Oscar Alochi

September 2, 2020

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“When the children grow up wearing African fashion, they will definitely stick to it when they are of age. Imagine all the children in African are wearing African fashion, you cannot imagine how much that will contribute into the Africa economy in respect to IGR.” The event gave children between the ages of 4 to 12 years the opportunity to showcase the best of African Fashion Inspired by the rich and diverse culture in Africa.

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