Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 430 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! Hold onto your seats as we bring you “Sankofa Threads” fashion show, showcasing the crème de la crème of sustainable fashion experts! Sankalp West Africa and Accra Fashion Week are hosting a list of heroic fashion designers whom have made it their prime duty to place their social climate as a primary factor to their fashion design process. Prepare to be blown away by their enlightening perspectives on the power of partnerships and collaborations in shaping a sustainable and ethical fashion industry. These gurus will have you buzzing with excitement as they unveil the secret sauce behind successful collaborations between designers, artisans, and fashion-conscious consumers. At the heart of “Sankofa Threads” lies a showcase of sustainable fashion that draws its inspiration from the rich cultural heritage of West Africa. Each design pulsates with the vibrancy of traditional textiles, patterns, and impeccable craftsmanship unique to the region. Witness the perfect marriage of contemporary style and ancestral wisdom paying homage to the time-honored artistry of West African artisans. More Articles You Would Love Lesson for African Leaders From Queen Elizabeth’s Surprise Appearance to London Fashion Week A Very Simple Outline Of The Many Ways 2nd Hand Clothing Is Destroying Ghana & Why Western Media Is Glorifying It Below are the renowned participating African sustainable designers…. BOYEDOE Founded in 2020 by David Kusi Boye-Doe and Nana K. Duah, Boyedoe is an emerging afroluxurious fashion label with a deep passion to share the continent’s creativity and future with the rest of the world. Inspired by the mythical Ghanaian Sankofa bird, we have set out to be a socially responsible and environmentally conscious brand that uses fashion and ethical elegance as a conduit to re-imagine our African heritage. Boyedoe has had the honour of being profiled by a number of online platforms; most notably, Industrie Africa’s online portal for designer discovery (a highly respected and indispensable tool for the fashion industry) and more recently by Lagos Fashion Week on their Designer’s Discovery Series. They are stocked at The LOTTE – Ghana’s leading luxury concept store of highly curated fashion from the African continent and diaspora and have their collection available for sale on Adjoaa, a curated online marketplace for African premium fashion and lifestyle brands. https://www.instagram.com/boyedoe_/ TABOU Tabou is a sustainable resort wear brand that invites you into a world of style and versatility. The brand, formerly known as DIA by Sarah Elizabeth, their founder Nadia Eman Ibrahim, embarked on a rebranding journey fueled by her passion for making a positive difference in the fashion industry. Tabou is committed to sourcing only the finest natural fibers locally, ensuring they not only feel luxurious against your skin but also leave a positive imprint on our planet. Sustainability lies at the very core of their brand. By embracing slow fashion principles as well as zero-waste cutting methods, their designs minimize waste, employing innovative techniques to repurpose fabric ends that would otherwise find their way into landfills. Tabou is more than a brand—it represents the future of sustainable fashion in Africa and beyond. They invite you to join them on this remarkable path towards a greener, more conscious world, where style and responsibility seamlessly intertwine. https://www.instagram.com/tabou.co/ MIKOKO DELUXE Mikoko Deluxe is a resort and luxury fashion brand founded by Millicent Tamakloe in 2017. Millicent who worked as a former brand manager for various designers in Ghana has now taken it upon herself to explore the world of fashion and bring her own creative designs to the forefront of the industry. The brand is fully dedicated to your comfort. With our team of creative directors, we ensure all current trends are infused in our clothes. Mikoko sets itself apart from regular brands by bringing authentic creative pieces satisfying the basic needs of style and comfort for all sizes and shapes of women. The fashion label works with colors artistically to reflect its tropical brand for its clients whilst ensuring quality, sustainable and durable fabrics are used for the longevity of its designs. Working with various organizations, Mikoko Deluxe aims to be one of Ghana’a most prominent brands in the years to come. https://www.instagram.com/mikokodeluxe/ VICTORIA GRACE Victoria Grace is a sustainable fashion brand, their clothes are made with love and they care for both people and planet, for the handwork of the Artisans, for the poor and poorly paid. They are primarily conscious about Style, People and Planet. Living in Africa near landfill, a result of fast fashion and dumping, they have a responsibility to give the clothes we find another life. They are happy to give them back to you remade, restyled, reused and repurposed with Love. They owner of the Victoria Grace label, Jennifer Ronne is a British born Nigerian whose fashion career spans over working with British Vogue, setting up the first merchandise Calvin Klein store and working as an Independent PR consultant in London. She returned to Nigeria where she built up her label after seeing a need for the country to diversify from their over dependence on oil. She later moved to Togo where living near landfill made her an advocate for upcycling which put her on the path of becoming a more conscious producer and consumer UZURI K&Y UZURI K&Y exists to solve global challenges. They are tackling the United Nations’ goal No 13 of climate action by preserving their environment through recycling of wastes. They are also touching on goal No 4 & 5 of Quality education by equipping the youth with technical skills where at least 70% of graduates are made of women. Uzuri K&Y believe that women have the ability to lead, work in different industries and deliver competitive results. They are working every day to create a space for women so that they can feel empowered, work without harm, while also taking care of their families https://www.instagram.com/uzuriky/ Other designer who will also showcase at the “Sankofa Threads” are Ekua Addo (https://www.instagram.com/ekuaaddobasics)and Ellisha Boie (https://www.instagram.com/ellishaboie/). We invite you to be part of a fashion revolution that celebrates the magnificence of African textiles while embracing a future where creativity, responsibility, and reverence for our roots reign supreme. Together, let us redefine the very essence of fashion, crafting a legacy that transcends trends and honors our shared commitment to a better world. Read More Like This On Ghana Industry Creatives UPCOMING TOP EVENTS! 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