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ABOUT RE-FASHION AFRICA

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Re-Fashion Africa!

Serving as a fashionable eye and source of inspiration by sharing and exchanging what is ultimately the best in contemporary African fashion, design, and style from as many major urban cities around the continent.

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STYLE

CULTIVATING CREATIVE AFRICA

Lulama Wolf Documenter Telling a visual story of urban Africa Global African Kigali 2016 Part 3

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The Africa edit

The Ocean Beckons for Òkun Beachwear

Swimwear brand, Òkun Beachwear, is part of a billowing wave of global beach brands entering the market with a unique proposition, by offering a sense of heritage and fresh style inspired by Africa. Today, men and women are presented with…

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Feature

When House of St.Luke went to Windhoek

It’s not often that a self-taught emerging designer is received with noteworthy success the first time he showcases on a foreign runway, but such was the case for Durban-based designer – Mxolisi Luke Mkhize. Earlier this month, Mkhize’s brand reached…

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Look Books

DO YOU TRUST ME?

Since first meeting ‘Bayo (as he is affectionately known), the creative director and founder of brand Orange Culture at Lagos fashion and design week several years back, the brand has grown in leaps and bounds. Just recently, the brand partnered…

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Feature

Have you seen the new AAKS?

The new summer 17/18 collection from AAKS has dropped. Never disappoints. Full of vibrant colour and a modernity in shape and style, its the best of both worlds. And here I’m talking about the best of the past and the…

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The Africa edit

Do We Need An Africa Fashion Month?

The Africa Edit: Do We Need An Africa Fashion Month? The traditional fashion calendar has held sway in the international fashion industry for decades. Today, as fashion week experiences a possible revamp, along with an increasing number of similar platforms…

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Young creatives

Young creatives

When the young and restless are in pursuit of THE stillness, a spirituality that makes sense, a connection to higher being-ness. I’m fascinated. And inspired. And hopeful. The youth (who) are purpose-filled and driven to take us higher. We must…

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Feature

Crafting New Stories, Piece By Piece

As a Lebanese native born in Ivory Coast, with roots in Senegal, Jad Fardon has always had the benefit of living between cultures and traditions, which perhaps informed his love for the art of craftsmanship and storytelling. Fardon’s creative leanings…

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