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!
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 ...
Following our conversation with fashion designer and stylist, Lynne Kayenne, last week, who let us in on her own lockdown-look, we decided to put together a list of the best lockdown essentials available via the Fashionomics Africa marketplace – 5 items that will keep you looking your best in a ...
We have stocked up on some of the most irresistible new fashion items in recent weeks and can’t wait for you to fall in love with them as much as we have.
After Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa, it was Côte d'Ivoire's turn to host the Fashionomics Africa masterclass. The African Development Bank team in charge of the project has worked hard to give two wonderful days to the different participants, partners and guests.