Africa Fashion Day Berlin Spring/Summer 2016

Africa Fashion Day Berlin July 2015

Africa Fashion Day Berlin spring/summer 2016 7th July 2015 Doors Open: 04.00pm Fashion Presentation: 05.00pm Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Location: me Collectors Room, Auguststraße 68, 10117 Berlin Alexandra Tamele – Mozambique/Germany 8th – 10th July – PREMIUM – International Trade Show Location: STATION Berlin, Luckenwalder Str. 4-6, 10963 Berlin Open: Wednesday 8th July 10.00 –…

Africa Fashion Day Berlin Spring/Summer 2016

Africa Fashion Day Berlin July 2015

Africa Fashion Day Berlin spring/summer 2016 will be back at PREMIUM INTERNATIONAL FASHION TRADE SHOW during Berlin Fashion Week and will also be hosting an AFDB Soirée in collaboration with Bolingo. You are invited to join us at both the trade show and the exclusive Soirée on the 10th of July 2015. With beats, art…

Video: Insight into Africa’s Youth Entrepreneurship Landscape |CNBC Africa

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Invest Africa host Nozipho Mbanjwa continues the youth investment discussion with Mandela Washington Fellow Nola Mashaba, Economist Thabi Leoka and KPMG’s Mabutho Mthembu. The panel sheds light on youth entrepreneurship with audience of young entrepreneurs. Challenges & opportunities facing Africa’s Youth (Part I) Insight into Africa’s Youth Entrepreneurship Landscape (Part II)

Happy 8th Year Anniversary to Ladybrille Magazine!

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Happy anniversary to Ladybrille Magazine and to you Ladybrillers! Thank you for helping us celebrate you the brilliant woman and African fashion for eight wonderful years. If you missed Ladybrille alumna Elfonnie Inokon-Anusionwu’s feature with yours truly, please revisit the interview below to learn how Ladybrille started. Thank you for your continued support and we…

Can Fashion Ever Be Ethical?

Orange Culture, MaXhosa by Laduma, Projecto Mental & Dent de Man at Pitti Uomo 88 with Ethical Fashion Initiative rs

“Work is dignity,” says Simone Cipriani. “People want employment, not charity.” With that in mind, Italian-born Cipriani founded a programme in 2009 called the Ethical Fashion Initiative (EFI) that links some of the world’s top fashion talents to marginalised artisans – mostly women – in East and West Africa, Haiti and the West Bank. Now…

Video: 6 African Women to Watch in Fashion |Bloomberg TV Africa


Major international brands are seeking to cash in on Africa’s rapidly expanding consumer class. Attention is now diverted towards rising stars within the African fashion space and western labels are increasingly referencing the continent. Uche Okoronkwo talks to African designers and experts about new developments within the industry.