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School of Oriental and African Studies played host to the 2nd Annual African Women In Business Conference – Women Of Influence last Friday, 13 July.
The day kicked off at 12noon with guests and speakers registering for the event and enjoying a light … Continue reading
The first set of designers confirmed for this year’s closing show at Africa Fashion Week London on Saturday 4th August are no strangers to FAB readers: international designer of Ghanaian and Nigerian descent, Anita Quansah whose exquisite jewellery has recently been showcased … Continue reading
Tribes of Africa by iROCK proved to be one of the most exclusive fashion fundraisers of the year bringing together 200 guests and some distinguished guests of honour such as Nigerian media mogul Ben Murray-Bruce, Zambian property tycoon Caroline Marsh … Continue reading
There is no denying Zimbabwean designer Edith Maromo’s designs for real women celebrates the female form so there was no denying that it took real women to showcase VIP Designs in ROCKing style on the iROCK Tribes of Africa runway … Continue reading
When it comes to African inspired, handcrafted jewellery, no doubt nobody does it better than Anita Quansah London. Recently sported by Alicia Keys on the cover of Vibe Magazine, the designer’s handcrafted pieces – a hit with both fashionistas and … Continue reading
If anyone can do Afro bohemian in style, it has got to be the London-based designer of Nigerian descent Nkwo. Polka dots, swirl prints, feather detailing were the order of the day at iROCK Tribes of Africa on Saturday 26 … Continue reading
London-based Tanzanian designer Christine Mhando’s label Chichia London is known for its trademark contemporary casual chic designs made of traditional Khanga material and East African prints.
Her Spring/Summer 2012 collection in he collaboration with concept jersey label Made by Africa, shown … Continue reading
Who would have believed we almost didn’t get to host Towani Clarke of Kutowa Designs at iROCK’s Tribes of Africa when she missed her first flight to London from Lusaka; but fortunately for us and our guests at Grange Tower … Continue reading
The second part of Tribes of Africa by iROCK kicked of in summery style as models strutted down the runway in wax print swimwear of vibrant hues by Paris-based Senegalese label Adama Paris.
Sure to bring the essence of Africa to … Continue reading
London-based Congolese designer Tina Lobondi is known for her use of subtle touches of African details in feminine designs which make use of soft fabrics and loose draping; her Autumn/Winter ’12-’13 collection showcased at iROCK Tribes of Africa was no … Continue reading