About African Fashion (Generally)

The Bark Textiles From Uganda Makes A Hit On European Catwalks

Please have a read. Often when we look into the term African textiles, we speak of fabrics that are not produced in Africa or by Africans. The beauty about this is this article looks...

The Dure Collection Sets Ghana’s Christie Brown As One Of Africa’s Best. See &...

The Dure Collection "Autumn/Winter" 2013 is definitely an astonishing landmark in African fashion. To title Aisha Obuobi (Designer and founder of Christie Brown) as the best Ghanaian designer to date will not be enough...

African Designers Should Quit Saying Autumn Winter & Spring Summer

There are quite a number of fashion terminologies being misused in Ghana and Nigeria, and to some extent, Africa. Not long ago I wrote a blog about 'The Difference Between African Fashion Designers And...

The Difference Between African Fashion Designers And Print Tailors

The demand for print is forever growing with tremendous support. A support that stems from hundreds of Africans feeling fashionable by wearing what is tailored and made in their own home country, and why...

Ghana’s Spiked Shoe Take Over! Can This Trend Survive? Men & Women

There is a growing trend, and it involves spikes. Goths have been living on the spikey end for quite a while, but this growing trend is not stemming from anything goth related. It seems...

Control Freaks Are Limiting the Growth of African Fashion Weeks

This article will probably offend many fashion week organisers in Africa, mainly those that do not wish to learn or improve. So far, I have written a few insight articles that have rubbed some...

African Cup Of Nations, Now Feminine & Colourful by Photographer Wafaa El Yazid

On the occasion of the "Cup of African Nations 2013 "photographer, Wafaa El Yazid (Paris based photographer) has embarked on a unique project. give a feminine touch to the biggest football competition of the...

Second Hand Cloths in Africa; Help? Or An Attack on The African Fashion Industry?

Intro - I am absolutely shocked. Roughly 2/3 months ago, I wrote this article which looks into how 2nd hand clothing destroys the growth of Africa's fashion industry. Out of laziness to read over...
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