Saturday, October 21, 2017
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Dressmaker Elevates Beautiful, Bold African Prints with...

With a creative eye for traditional textiles and unexpected color-matching choices, Malacia Anderson boldly goes where few designers dare.  She skips the trendy nude palettes...

‘Made in Africa’: Lingerie Label Ready to...

Nubian Skin made waves when it launched two years ago in the U.K. as an alternative for Black women's nude underwear. Founder Ade Hassan created...

From College Kid to CEO: How Juliana...

From a vision she pursued as a college student, Juliana Richards built a women’s wear company from the ground up, and she has emerged...

Nigerian Student’s Perfect 5.0 GPA Overshadowed by...

Atlanta Black Star reported that Olajumoke Orisaguna became a model after accidentally walking into the photo shoot of British-Nigerian recording artist Tinie Tempah. In the...

Nigerian Bread Hawker Stumbles into Modeling Fame,...

Olajumoke Orisaguna was a hair stylist from the Osun state in Nigeria before making her big break into modeling. Recently, she moved to Lagos...

Ghanaian Artist Unique Blend of African Culture...

Dennis Owusu-Ansah is a 26-year-old visual artist who was inspired after an incident of cultural insensitivity to portray popular Black celebs in traditional African...

This Prom Queen’s Hand-Made Gown Makes a...

When New Jersey teen Kyemah McEntyre decided to make a home-made gown for prom, she probably received quite a few raised brows and eye...

African Designers Gaining Success in Global Markets...

When Michelle Obama and Beyonce Knowles attended high-profile events in clothes made by African designers, it was a sure sign that the continent's...

Africa: The Next Global Middleclass Juggernaut

Hardly a week goes by without an African investors’ conference or growth summit. Portuguese professionals are looking for opportunities in Angola. Silicon Valley companies...

Lisa Folawiyo Changes The Face Of African...

From Algeria to Zimbabwe, a new generation of young designers are quietly changing this reality. Their African-inspired, Western-influenced collections are locally sourced and sold,...