• An example of true possibilities: Nigerian Label Remay Couture showcases in Sweden

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    Nigerian based fashion label Remay Couture is expanding its global influence into Sweden. This past June, Remay Couture recently unveiled its 2016 collection at the Gavle Moter Afrika, an even hosted by the Rapatac Organization in Gavle. Sweden. Many designers from Africa showcased and Remay Couture  stood as one of representatives of Nigeria.   The collection received quite the applause for its unique …

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  • African Fashion Swimwear: Dip Into Print

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    Our temperature is rising. We’ve delved into a sea of designer catalogues, whose swimwear designs raise our temperature and have us aching for a dip into any body of water. Here are a few designs that are inspired by Africa or designed by African designers. Listen,  you may want to add these items to your …

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  • Cameroonian-American brand NYORH AGWE promotes individuality

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    As a Cameroonian- American nomad, Nyorh Agwe knows a thing or two about losing self and why it is so important to find it. She states, ” Way too many people try to tell you who you are or ought to be and often that definition starts with appearance.” Nyorh Agwe has been manipulating fashion as …

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  • Access to Accessories. Jewelry Designer Maureen Vorswijk of Mauke V

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    Jewelry designer Maureen Vorswik, founder of the Fashion Startup Mauke has an amazing craft: the abitility to create intricate necklaces and chokers that adorn your neck with a natural elegance. Pieces are made from sterling silver, 14 kt gold, a variety of hand picked gemstones from Africa and natural material as leather cords . Her collection includes: handcrafted and hand-polished jewelries, handmade headpieces and feather necklaces. Her work has been crowned by Vogue, Cosmopolitan, and coveted by fashion bloggers.

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  • Prints that do good and look good: Meet fashion’s best friends

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      Prints can be tricky! And not all of us are slim and tall. But that does not mean you can’t pull off  wearing prints effortlessly! Here are some style guidelines when you’re thinking of adding prints to your looks.  Stripes Stripes are a timeless print and a must-have-closet-essential. You only need to remember this; horizontal …

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  • Asos Africa : Fashion Must Haves

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    Tis the season for maxi dresses, jumpsuits, and wide leg pants. And we’re bringing you a list of must-have trends and styles from Africa, compliments of our partnership with Asos! From the runways of Asos into our closets, here are pieces you need (em em, aka you may want to wear to New York Fashion Week Africa 2016 in September). These styles are part of the Eco Edit, by ASOS Africa Made in Africa Collaboration with Chichia and their partner SOKO Kenya.

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  • Business of Fashion : Designer Hassan lfaziz’s Vision For Fashion

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    African Fashion Designer Hassan Alfaziz is from Ghana and his most recent collection Ashasie SS16 gives us an in depth look at what Africa has to offer.

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  • Yefikir Shares her Ethiopian Roots with New York in Hopes of Making Connections

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    ADIRÈE today announces the upcoming showcase of YEFIKIR DESIGN during its sixth annual Africa Fashion Week, (www.AfricaFashionWeek.com) under the activation New York Fashion Week: Africa on Friday, September 11, 2015. YEFIKIR DESIGN was fostered by Fikirte Addis. Her passions in Psychology and Fashion is what drives the designs of Yefikir. Although this will make her fifth …

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  • House of Mucha Uses Heritage to Attract Consumers Globally

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    ADIRÈE today announces the upcoming showcase of HOUSE OF MUCHA during its sixth annual Africa Fashion Week, (www.AfricaFashionWeek.com) under the activation New York Fashion Week: Africa on Friday, September 11, 2015. House Of Mucha (Pronounced: Muw-chah), is a brand inspired by native Zimbabwean Lindiwe Muchaneta. Mucha’s designs incorporate her Shona and Ndebele (Zimbabwe and South Africa) …

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  • Osei-Duro Creates a Link for Ghana Globally through Rich African Textiles

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    ADIRÈE today announces the upcoming showcase of OSEI-DURO during its sixth annual Africa Fashion Week, (www.AfricaFashionWeek.com) under the activation New York Fashion Week: Africa on Friday, September 11, 2015. Osei-Duro was fostered from designers Maryann Mathias and Molly Keogh’s love for African textiles. Mathias had an enriched background in African fashion while Keogh was knowledgeable …

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