Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 171 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! A delectable taste of native African fashion and design is available at the ongoing Fashioning Africa exhibit at the Museum of African Design (MOAD), located in Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa. Slated to run through April 27, 2014, the event offers a pan-African continent tour of more than 12 countries, along with an up and close view of the history and major traits of the ethnic societies residing in them. The display includes a series of eclectic designs, featured on a 30-metre-long winding catwalk, from nearly 16 designers including Mille Collines (Rwanda), Kreyann (Cameroon), Sophie Zinga (Senegal), Intisaar (Zimbabwe), Project Mental (Angola), Ituen Basi (Nigeria), Maki Oh (Nigeria), Laduma Ngxokolo (South Africa), Daniele Tamaguni (Congo/Italy), Anna Ngann Yonn (Cameroon/ Paris), Mikuti (Kenya/ USA), Namsa Leuba (Guinea/ Switzerland), Kluk CGDT (South Africa), ChiChia (London/Tanzania), David Tlale (South Africa), Jared Hurwitz (South Africa) and Jim Chuchu (Kenya). More Articles You Would Love Nigerian Model,Mayowa Nicholas, Strikes Dolce & Gabbana Campaign Deal! See It Here Vascular Lesions – What They Are and How To Treat Them With an aim to give an insight into the past, present and future of African fashion in the global platform, the exhibited items include exquisite apparel innovations replete with traditional waxprint, beadwork, les sapeurs and hand knits. In addition to the garment designs, the exhibition, curated by Aaron Kohn, also includes the participating designers’ stories and photographs. Fibre2fashion News Desk – India Anna Ngann YonnAnna Ngann Yonn (Cameroon/ Paris)ChiChiaChiChia (London/Tanzania)Daniele TamaguniDaniele Tamaguni (Congo/Italy)David TlaleDavid Tlale (South Africa)IntisaarIntisaar (Zimbabwe)Ituen BASIItuen Basi (Nigeria)Jared HurwitzJared Hurwitz (South Africa)kluk cgdtKluk CGDT (South Africa)KreyannKreyann (Cameroon)Laduma NgxokoloLaduma Ngxokolo (South Africa)maki ohMaki Oh (Nigeria)MikutiMikuti (Kenya/ USA)Mille CollinesMille Collines (Rwanda)moadmuseum of African designNamsa LeubaNamsa Leuba (Guinea/ Switzerland)Project MentalProject Mental (Angola)SOPHIE ZINGASophie Zinga (Senegal) Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail Abigail Oluwakemi I'm a fashion stylist turned blogger, I hope you love my work. More For You Diamond Platnumz x HOLLANTEX; Get Ready for the Hottest Wax Fashion Collaboration of... Egypt Bans Dutch Museum Archaeologist From Sites For Showcasing African Involvement In Ancient... #HOTSHOTS: Hustle and Bustle In The Heart Of Freetown By Salima Kamara #OOTD: Akua Trendz Showstopping Wrap Coat Dress Lives Rent Free In Our Minds... Meet The Renowned Sustainable Fashion Designers Set To Rock The ‘SANKOFA THREADS’ Fashion... #fGSTYLE: Slay with Confidence: Modern Ways to Style Your African Print Pencil Dress PICS: A Spectacular Showcase of Style At Fashion Finest’s Epic Show 2023 in... Jasmine Blandford AKA Chola Girl Gives Us Tropical Beach Vibes In This Stunning... South Africa Thebe Magugu Introduces The 2nd Instalment Of Their Acclaimed Heritage Series VIDEO: Fashion Photographer Agyeman-Duah Announces The Passing Of His Wife In Devastating Video Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.