Balmoral Palace was the space in the Federal Palace Hotel set aside for this convention in Lagos, while for South Africa, the location was the gorgeous Mall of Africa. Attendees flocked in with their best ideas of fashion, each wanting to outdo the other, from garments to makeup. Besides the garments on the runway and the designers showcasing their exceptional talents, one major thing that stood out was the beauty looks on the runways. Each designer had the models strut ...Read More
The majority of fashion designers who displayed their creations have always aspired to run a profitable fashion company, and one method they are working toward this goal is by participating in the African Fashion Designer Awards. The majority of fashion entrepreneurs find running a fashion firm to be extremely difficult because of the industry's changing nature. Nonetheless, a prosperous and fulfilling fashion business may be achieved with persistence and diligent labor. Clothing firms have profit margins of about 42%, according to ...Read More
Africa is witnessing fast growth in the digital sector, which facilitates intra-African trade and the emergence of young talent, according to the UNESCO report, and Made-in-Africa is trending, especially among the continent's youth. Over the next ten years, it is anticipated that demand for African haute couture will rise by 42%. "Made in Africa" goods are becoming more and more sought after by consumers throughout the continent, who view them as a source of pride and a means of reaffirming their ...Read More
Nairobi Street Fashion Season 2: The Royal Invite is an event that promises to be a remarkable fusion of art, culture, and fashion. It showcases the creative genius of Nairobi, where wisdom is found in the streets and innovation knows no boundaries. Whether you're an art enthusiast, a fashionista, or simply curious about the ever-evolving world of street fashion, this event is a must-attend on Sunday, November 12, from 3 to 7 p.m. EAT. It's a royal invitation to experience the rich tapestry ...Read More
Champagne Day Celebrations Across Africa Were Dazzling, Combining A Shared Passion For Sustainability With The Savoir-faire Of Moët & Chandon.
Claude Moët founded Moët & Chandon in 1743, and his descendant Jean-Remy Moët brought the company to a global level of recognition with his vision of "sharing the effervescence of Champagne with the world." From red carpets to royal courts, Studio 54 to Grand Slams, Moët & Chandon has been uniting people around incredible, exhilarating moments. The House has the most expansive and varied collection of champagnes for any taste and occasion, sourced from the most diverse and large-scale vineyards ...Read More