Sunday 29th of November 2020

Nairobi, Kenya

African Prom Dresses

African Prom Dresses

The color and shine that accompanies African print prom dresses are irresistible. Let’s not forget that every dress needs accessories to go with it. African print dresses are the easiest to accessorize. This is because of the variety of colors you can choose from. If for example, you were going to wear a white dress, this would limit your accessory options tremendously. On the other hand, if you chose an African print prom dress with three mixed colors, then ...

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Top 10 Fashion Designers From Tanzania

Top 10 Fashion Designers From Tanzania

Swahili Fashion Week is a platform founded and created by celebrated Pan African couturier from Tanzania, Mustafa Hassanali in year 2008, 2020 will mark the 13th Edition of this Annual Event to be held in Dar es Salaam from 4th to 6th December Swahili Fashion Week is geared towards being the most sought out after and preferred fashion platform in Africa for the international market

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Top 10 Fashion Designers from Uganda

Top 10 Fashion Designers from Uganda

Fashion in Uganda is flourishing, if the work we’ve seen this year is anything to go by. Design labels are turning into highly respectable brands, attracting attention from all over the world. This is thanks to platforms such as Kampala Fashion Week which foster talent and creation of high-quality garments.

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Top 10 Fashion Designers From Rwanda

Top 10 Fashion Designers From Rwanda

Rwanda’s fashion Industry is thriving. Though still young and relatively small compared to its nebourigh courty like Uganda, Kenya and  West Africa counter part, like Nigeria, Ghana, Rwanda’s fashion industry has experienced immense growth in the past several years with new talents emerging daily. Unique designers are quickly becoming well known and beloved across East Africa and the world placing Rwanda solidly on top of  Africa continent  fashion map. 

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Unearthing Fabrics: Denim

Unearthing Fabrics: Denim

Unearthing Fabrics is a new series that looks at the history of your favourite fabrics before you started wearing them on your backs. Smooth. Versatile. Rough. Indigo Dye. HISTORY The word denim originates from a fabric created in a French town called ‘Nimes’. Then, it spread and reached an Italian city called ‘Genoa’ but the […]

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