You won’t have to worry about chasing fashion seasons with this label, every piece is continually trend and leading. As the label continues to bang into every design-conscious woman, it’s about your elegance and image.
Often basing their creations on Saris, Lesos (Khanga) and Kitenge African print.
by Ituen Basi | Lagos, NG
Sometimes, you might feel that Ankara is used to death in African fashion designs, not with this label. They give Ankara a distinct interpretation.
In every of their piece, you will find a stylist combination of elegance and leading aesthetic.
A label based in France that fuses Western and African cultures, brilliant. You will notice their use of highlighted wax that makes their dresses have originality and that ‘wow’ factor!
From inception to construction, every garment of this label is thoughtfully crafted. They have transformed the ‘Ankara’ into a luxury brand (they even do their own custom prints) ‘” that is truly something to covet!
Drawing inspiration from the 50s and 60s, this label creates African-Inspired retro designs for the modern woman. This is for the women who is fashion conscious, and values individuality and elegance.
by Karim Tassi | Casablanca, MC
Bring in North African exotic designs, mix a bit of world culture and you have this label. You will particularly love their attention to detail and subtle design touches.
Purely ethnic clothing, merging vibrant color, with easy wearability that are not just fun, but also playful.
Creative Kenyans can rejoice as founder Ann Mcreath sets out to promote the economy through her locally made fashion line with inputs from different community women’s group.
by Yemi Kosibah | London, UK
As a wedding designer, this designer takes the high-skilled task of integrating couture bridal with traditional African design. Kosibah’s use of corsets and bonded bodices recreates the beautiful and elegant hourglass figure that flatter every woman.
Inspiration for this designer’s collections draws from the continent’s rich cultural lifestyles. They integrate African prints, silks, jerseys, cotton, and linens to create collections with global appeal.
by Korto Momolu | Arkansas, USA
This designer shot to popularity while placing as runner-up on season 5 of Project Runway. High color and diversity in style/presentation were fan favorites.
Definition, style, and couture are the key ingredients to this designer’s creations. It shows happiness and versatility through various vibrant colors.
by Kemmy Solomon | Lagos, NG
This label features a dynamic infusion of lace and the traditional aso oke fabric. Now you should be part of Kemmy’s story.
by Alice Heusser & Olivia Kennawa | South Africa
This designer’s clothing is for by a charity they created named SOKO, which is a globally recognized eco and ethical clothing production facility that supports local talent.