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AFRICAN FOOTWEAR BRANDS YOU SHOULD BE WEARING NOW!

AFRICAN FOOTWEAR BRANDS YOU SHOULD BE WEARING NOW!

The clothing sector of the fashion industry is not the only one seeing innovation and receiving applause. The shoemaking sector over the years has grown and improved in the refining of raw materials, creativity, storytelling, and above all in revenue. Gone were the days where Italy and some other European countries were the main sources…

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A Simple Guide To Upcycling

In furthering the conversation on sustainability and ethics in the global fashion industry, it is important that we look at upcycling. Upcycling refers to modifying, re-adapting and combining used items in order to create something new and of better quality. This change in the production process, consumption and life cycle of clothes has gained increasing popularity,…

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SARF BORT CAPTURES YEVU CLOTHING

YEVU Clothing is a socially responsible label, made in Ghana. They believe in the transformative impact of economically empowered women. Here is the latest lookbook of Yevu Clothing captured by photographer and art director Joseph Abbey-Mensah (@sarf_bort) For @yevuclothing Shot by @sarf_bort Styled by @hanardy_iddriss Models @napari_isha @briggitteappiah @mhy_nah  

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Missevy’s “Bloom by Edzi”

Established in 2017, MissEvy’s designs is a build up of a small fashion business started on the campus of the University for Development Studies. With no formal dressmaking and design training, self-taught Miss Edzordzinam Agrosah, creative director of MissEvy’s sought to create a bespoke women’s fashion brand that satisfies that the contemporary woman’s quest for…

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