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July, 2018

  • 31 July

    Tosin Lawson’s mission to make African Things more mainstream

    African Things is Nigerian in origin and has been running for 3 years. Brainchild of Tosin Lawson, who graduated in design from the University of Nottingham with a BEng in Product Design and Manufacture, the Pure Fashion Show at London’s Olympia was chosen for the brand’s UK launch. Back in …

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June, 2018

April, 2018

  • 28 April

    Kenya’s Anyango Mpinga collaborates with Atrium, Dublin

    One of the country’s rising stars, Anyango Mpinga has delivered designs that have won international acclaim. In the second half of 2018, her latest creations will be available through Ireland’s leading fashion concept store. Cast your eyes over Anyango’s creations and you can see that the couture conscious ladies of …

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  • 19 April

    Prepare to be amazed by Ken Nwadiogbu’s 3D Hyper Realistic Art

    Originally a graduate with a Civil Engineering Degree, Ken Nwadiogbu managed to worry his parents when he explained his plans to move from a career as a professional engineer, to being a professional artist. However, one look at his work and you’re immediately drawn to the conclusion that he’s taken the …

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  • 18 April

    The stunning portraits of Dagmar Van Weeghel

    If you were lucky enough to get a ticket for the Kunst Rai Art exhibition in the Amstelhal venue, Amsterdam at the start of April, then you could have seen Dagmar Van Weeghel's stunning art, close up, in the Rademaker Gallery.

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  • 17 April

    Will Enninful drive to launch Vogue Africa in 2018?

    You can trust Naomi Campbell to kick off a conversation like no other model. As an established brand, Vogue will want solid market research before opening up fresh versions of itself into new markets. Having launched Vogue Arabia in 2016, will the appointment of Edward Enninful to run Vogue UK lead …

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  • 15 April

    Fantastic line-up of African artists at Coachella 2018

    While most of the mainstream media is focused on the Destiny’s Child reunion happening on the main stage, for us the real story is just how much African representation there is at this year’s event. With 13 top artists from Africa on stage on 2018, it must have been some …

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March, 2018

  • 3 March

    Welcome to Wonderland:The Experience Part II

    Welcome To Wonderland: The Experience Part II, is a festival not to be missed. This all day event kicks off on the 4th March 2018 from 1-11pm at the Roundhouse in London. Following it’s inaugural edition in 2017, which featured Mick Jenkins, Tiffany Gouché + surprise appearances from Kano, Stormzy, Ghetts …

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December, 2017

  • 3 December

    The Rise of Adwoa Aboah

    Smouldering red lipstick, the headscarf, the bleached eye brows, the shimmering metallic eyeshadow in transcending shades of blue – anybody would be forgiven to think they’ve stumbled across a special collector’s issue of a vintage Italian Vogue, but the model in question is Adwoa Aboah and the decision to grace …

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November, 2017

  • 9 November

    Africa Fashion in Rome for Green Fashion Week

    Inside the glorious Temple of Hadrian, in the centre of Rome, the 6th Green Fashion Week Conference kicked off with a discussion panel hosted by Guido Dolci, Director of the association, and attended by Carlo Medaglia, the Italian Minister for the Environment.

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