Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 295 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share!Nigerian menswear line Post Imperial and Ghanaian and American owned fashion house StudioOneEightyNine have been selected to receive a $1 million grant from HFS also known as Harlem Fashion Show which is a multicultural designers platform which helps to support designers of color, black indigenous designers and the American fashion community by supporting them with funding. They have been selected among 27 recipients across the fashion community. The Icons360 which is a partnership with The Council of Fashion Designers of America, Inc. (CFDA) Common Thread is an initiative established to raise awareness and funds for black, indigenous and people of color in the American fashion community who have been impacted the global pandemic CORONAVIRUS (Covid-19) the recipients were chosen by a panel of industry experts including CFDA president CaSandra Diggs and Vogue Magazine recently appointed Chioma Nnadi. image courtesy: VanityFair More Articles You Would Love How To Maintain Your Lace Front Human Hair Wig Palse @ Durban Fashion Fair 2014: Day 3 – South Africa StudioOneEightyNine which is co-owned by Ghanaian entrepreneur Abrima Erwiah who has more than 16 years of fashion and luxury experience. She is a former global marketing and communications executive for Bottega Veneta and Hollywood Actress Rosario Dawson is an American actress, singer, voice actress, producer, and activist. is a Sustainable Fashion house made in Africa and notable for its handcrafted textiles work and has its roots in the hearts of the Ghana’s capital Osu-Accra. StudioOneEightyNine is going to receive a whopping $100,000 from the $1million grant other recipients from StudioOneEightyNine category are Felisha Noel , Jameel Mohammed, Kip Chapelle, Sergio Hudson The second recipient of the $1 million grant by Harlem Fashion Show Icons360 is Post Imperial by Adeniyi Okuboyejo a Nigerian Menswear clothing line which is based in New York but has its source of inspiration from his home country and focuses on color, pattern, and process. Fabrics are treated in Nigeria through a process called Adire.- a rare hand dyeing process developed by the Yoruba’s in the Southwest region of Nigeria. Prior to dyeing, the artist hand-paints patterns using a cassava starch or wax base that acts as the resist dye. Post Imperial is receiving a $50,000 out of the $1million grant among those receiving alongside the astute designer are Ashley Cimone and Moya Annece , Nigeria Ealey, Esaie Jean-Simon and Victor James, Undra Duncan and Kenneth Nicholson. Abrima ErwiahAdeniyi OkuboyejoAshley Cimone and Moya AnneceCaSandra DiggsChioma Nnadi.Esaie Jean-Simon and Victor JamesFelisha NoelJameel MohammedKip ChapelleNigeria Ealeypost imperialRosario DawsonSergio HudsonstudiooneegightynineUndra Duncan and Kenneth Nicholson.Vogue Magazine Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail More For You “Alvin Bragg Is Doing Joe Biden’s Dirty Work” Trump Reacts To His Indicted... Former US President Donald Trump Has Been Indicted & Soon To Be Arrested Deisngers From Ghana, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Senegal & More To Showcase At Switzerland’s... South Africa’s Ekasi Fashion Week 2023 Set To Be Hosted At A Taxi... Here Is How Ghanaian Celebrities Arrived At The EMY Africa Brunch With Hollywood... Nigerian Brand Yahara NGR Presents The Lookbook For It’s Modest ‘RAMADAN 2023’ Collection #OOTD: Shanty Town Actress Ini Edo Serves Relentlessly In Her Jaw Dropping Medlin... Jewish Organizations Reject Kanye West’s Apology “He Needs To Do A Bit More... Pretty Sudanese Lady Goes Instantly Viral After She Puts On Blast Her Makeup... 5 Major Reasons Why Your Hair Is Breaking You must log in to post a comment.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.