creative expression is diverse and fashion entrepreneurs are not born the same. The Voice is one brand whose owner attests to this truth. Born with a natural flair for the creative, its founder Vimbai did not instantly recognize that she was a fashion entrepreneur at heart. After an ...
We invited four inspiring panelists who identified innovations that were sparked by the onset of the pandemic, and shared insights on emerging solutions, including artificial intelligence, to develop a sustainable and viable fashion industry on the continent. Learn more about what was discussed ...
Back to staying home & keeping safe? Put your time to good with the best African fashion tutorials available on YouTube and come out of this bizarre year rocking your own DIY creations!
Beyonce has launched The Black Parade Route, a platform showcasing a directory of black-owned and African-owned businesses. Naturally, the Fashionomics Africa team was extremely excited to see this initiative launch, so we decided to get you curious too, by introducing you to our five favourite ...
Beyoncé is the star that keeps on giving. Her directory of black-owned and African-owned businesses, benefits BeyGOOD's Black Business Impact Fund administered by the NAACP to support Black-owned, small businesses in need. Here are our five favourite African brands featured in the directory.
We spoke to Loza Tam founder, Tomara Watkins, the woman behind the satin-lined turbans that allow kinky/curly haired she-bosses look and feel cute while on the move. Read more on Fashionomics Africa.
Beyoncé, Zendaya, Trace Ellis Ross and Mumbi Maina – The Celebrities Rocking Pieces by Designers Featured On Fashionomics Africa
Beyoncé, Zendaya, Trace Ellis Ross and Mumbi Maina - what do these celebrities share in common? They all have an impeccable sense of style and have been seen wearing products from designers featured on and available via Fashionomics Africa.
Moses Turahirwa's innovative, award-winning brand, Moshions, is proud to be contributive in Rwanda's journey towards recognition as an important player in the fashion industry.
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?