Full List Of Winners At ASFAs 2022: Who Won What At The 2022 Abryanz Style And Fashion Awards
The Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards are an African fashion award show that honors and recognizes members of the fashion industry, such as fashion designers, stylists, hair and makeup artists, media figures, and influencers on the African Continent and beyond our borders. Since the 2013 opening ceremony, this event has been conducted yearly in Uganda. The ASFAs is an evening of glitz and glamour with the biggest red carpet in Africa, in a genuine celebration of fashion and style, with A-List ...Read More
The Body Shop Enters The Kenyan Beauty Market And Plans To Launch An E-commerce Platform In The First Half Of 2023.
The Body Shop began obtaining tea tree oil from the east coast and the foothills of Mount Kenya in 2020. They did this in collaboration with the Kutoka Ardhini (Swahili for "from the ground") group, which obtains the essential component via a network of more than 1,000 farmers. The Body Shop has stated that this year, as part of its Christmas community support, it is undertaking an activism campaign dubbed "Be Seen. Be Heard" to amplify young voices in the halls of ...Read More
The Biggest Fashion Red Carpet Event In Africa: The Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards 2022
Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards is an African fashion award ceremony that honors and recognizes fashion industry stakeholders, including fashion designers, stylists, hair and makeup artists, media personalities, and influencers on the African Continent and beyond our borders. Since the debut ceremony in 2013, Uganda has held this event every year. The ASFAs are a night of glamour and glitz with the greatest red carpet in Africa, a genuine celebration of fashion and style, and A-List attendees from all across the ...Read More
The Parthenon Hall In Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, Hosted Swahili Fashion Week 2022, Showcasing Brilliant African Designers.
The Swahili Fashion Week logo is a graphic representation of the African continent in reverse, called the kipepeo (the Swahili name for a vibrant, colourful butterfly) The crisp models lend a glossy air to the "Fashion is Business" and "Made in Africa" ideals. The representation of Africa is similar to the face of an African woman wearing her distinctive head wrap. The wings represent the direction that is intended to bring the international market of the Eastern African fashion industry. ...Read More
Conversations On Africa’s Creative Industry Will Be Held At Canex Wknd 2022 From November 25 Through 27 And Will Feature Idris Elba, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, And Didier Drogba.
Program called Creative Africa Nexus Afreximbank has implemented the Creative Africa Nexus Programme to support the development and growth of the creative and cultural industries in Africa and the diaspora due to the relevance and opportunities afforded by the creative economy as a vital driver for development and job creation. The initiative offers a variety of financial and nonfinancial interventions to aid in the creation, trading, and investment of creative assets in Africa as well as the growth of the ...Read More