Tag Archives: African Fashion

Glitz Africa Fashion Week 2017: Day 2- Bosi & Charles

Bosi & Charles showcased on day 2 of Glitz African Fashion Week 2017 (GAFW). The fashion label creates exclusive high-fashion clothing made from high-quality materials and fabrics and sewn with extreme attention to detail and finish. The clothes are individually hand-cut, sewn and finished by a specialised team of tailors. Founded in 2008, Bosi &…

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Mille Collines AW16 ‘Curio|City’ Collection Pays Homage To The African Woman

Happy Africa Day style revolutionists! We found the perfect way to celebrate this special day with an Afrocentric collection. Kenya based luxury lifestyle brand, Mille Collines recently released its Autumn/Winter 2016 collection dubbed ‘Curio|City’. It was showcased at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Joburg 2016. The label which seeks to celebrate the African woman who juggles…

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Double Delight! Fashion Twins, Dpipertwins Talk Twinning, African Food, More With Zen Magazine

  Fashion From New York to Accra! Zen Magazine chats up twin designers, Danielle and Chantelle Dwomoh-Piper of The Dpipertwins fashion label. Fabrics, runways, new collections… It’s all in a day’s work for these fashion twins, who open up about everything. From their love for fashion and what it is like to grow up as a…

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Bright & Colorful! Here’s The Lookbook For Mademoiselle Aglaia’s ‘FRIDA’ RTW Collection

Fast rising fashion brand, Mademoiselle Aglaia has released the look book photos to its brand new ready-to-wear collection tagged ‘FRIDA’. Inspired by one of Mexico’s greatest icons, Frida Kahlo, a female Artist who was known for her influence in arts and her unique fashion style as was displayed in her self-portraits, the retro collection showcases an…

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Cadence 2.0! Eve & Tribe Unveils More Arrivals From Its SS16 ‘Cadence’ Collection

Lagos based African inspired fashion brand, Eve & Tribe has released a collection of new arrivals for its Spring/Summer 2016 ‘Cadence’Collection tagged Cadence 2.0. Click here if you missed their first release. The Cadence Collection 2.0 speaks no differently from its inception. With striking colors, feminine cuts and delectable lace, the African woman is encouraged…

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