Lovers of modern African fashion and design defied the indecisive weather over the weekend to attend the two-day Africa Fashion Week extr..
On 3rd and 4th August, the second annual Africa Fashion Week took place in London in the midst of Olympic fever. The temperamental wea..
On 21 July London’s Southbank Centre was the venue of ‘Africa on the Catwalk’, part of the Africa Utopia festival being held during the m..
Mali may be world-renowned as the site of the mystical Timbuktu, especially following the most recent events. But just as fascinating is t..
The ever-current kente cloth has for years been the go-to African pattern for designers across the fashion spectrum. Internationa..
This Summer we’ve gone on quite a bit about how the high street and the fashion houses around the world have brought ‘tribal’ and ‘ethnic’..
Just how amazing do these beautiful Choolips look? We’re so bad at keeping things to ourselves. We were so excited by how gorgeous Toy..
The Ndebele people of South Africa and Zimbabwe are arguably one of Africa’s most distinctive and therefore easily recognisable tribes. ..
It was author Isaac Bashevis Singer who said: “What a strange power there is in clothing.” While clothing was once used solely for bas..