Cultural diversity within a community is one of the things that makes it so special. Use your ethnic ancestry as inspiration for your interior design for an engaging way to embrace your past, present and future and share your culture with others.
D’IYANU’s CEO, Addie Elabor on the Shop Black Movement and Cultural Appropriation vs Cultural Appreciation
We spoke to Addie Elabor about her brand D'IYANU and the Shop Black Movement. "We understand now more than ever before that the brand is bigger than us," she told Fashionomics Africa.
Jump on the bandwagon that is Second-Hand September and be part of a greater cause. Here are the 5 best vintage shops in Africa to get you motivated!
On Wednesday, August 26th, Santa Anzo, founder and president of Uganda International Fashion Week and ARAPAPA, joined Samuel Ssettumba to offer answers to: How does the fashion industry stay afloat and how does it stay relevant during times of crisis?
Seeing as online shops and businesses are the way forward, we decided to offer anyone who is currently contemplating the same move the tools and advice necessary to get the very best out of their online shop. Here are the three best things you need to know to get your shop ranking high on search ...
“We have to keep re-inventing the wheels and power our online presence if we are to stay relevant and alive. Most importantly, Africa has to set up its own production plants for fabrics and clothing, we can no longer remain dependant on the west and China. Africa must industrialize.”
Fashionomics Africa talked to Facil Clothing's founder, Elizabeth Gomez, about the difficulty of finding affordable quality underwear in The Gambia and many other African countries.
We spoke to The Assembly Hub founder and director, Pepper Chikezie, about the MASK ASSEMBLY initiative, which has recently expanded its production to meet the shortages of COVID-19 PPE in Nigeria and beyond.
To make the most of your new, shiny and bright attitude, go ahead and treat yourself to a new outfit that will help you feel it, rock it and, most importantly, pass it on to all those around you. We all know the impact a new fashion piece can have on our confidence, as well as the business ...
DeMOYO is a female-owned business founded by entrepreneur PaiDeMOYO Chideya. The brand is a reflection of the founder’s belief that dreams come true from following what your heart is passionate about.
“Let passion take the wheel; that way you drive over any obstacle that comes your way.” - Gabriella and Kelly Davids (Milq and Honey)
Hanifa’s new collection, Pink Label Congo, honours Congolese women and all African women by highlighting the glamour of our clothing styles.