AFW 2012 Designer Spotlight: Fikirte Addis
Fikirte Addis, the young emerging designer behind Yefikr Designs is mainly known for turning Ethopian fabrics into tailored made and fashionable designs without losing its cultural touch for the modern day woman. The fabrics are well known for their sophistication, colorfulness and uniqueness. Fikirte believes, “It is important for me not to lose the connection I have to my culture, just giving it a modern twist and bringing it to the international fashion arena”. Since starting her own label in 2009 she has been able to give back to her community and connect her passion for psychology and fashion.
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September 1st, 2014, Comments Off
Africa Fashion Week Designer Kibonen Nfi presents “Multifarious”, for Kibonen ǀ NY, ss2015 collection at the prestigious Art Institute NYC Mercedes Benz Fashion Week
Kibonen Nfi is the brain behind one of Africa’s most original emerging fashion labels, KibonenǀNY, and will be presenting “Multifarious” her SS2015 collection at the coveted Art Institute NYC Mercedes Benz Fashion Week taking place ...
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Face Off | Africa Beauty & Personal Care Industry Battle & How Biokidé, A Beauty & Wellness Company Is Fighting Clean
Product Image Credits : Alexis Peskine. Africa’s fashion scene is one of the most lively and innovative in the world- its growth perhaps attributed to Pan Africanism. Season after season, designers with their eccentric-sleek ...
June 16th, 2014, Comments Off
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