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Posts tagged with ‘africa’

  • Christopher Bailey for Burberry Prorsum Resort ’12

    By Michal Upchurch on July 20, 2011
    From the creators of the trench coat, Burberry Prorsum Resort 2012 collection has elements of Africa, the 70’s and urban chic all rolled into one. With the trench coat being such a huge hit last season, I admire how Christopher Bailey updated the look with the current tribal and bright color season trends. I adore the pictures of the male and female models that are dressed similar, yet still […]
  • Edun Boxy Shirt + Edun Silk Harem Pants

    By SP on July 6, 2011
    I feel proud, beautiful and hopeful in this outfit. Why? Because of the amazing story behind the brand Edun. I was excited beyond belief when I was contacted by Edun for a collaboration. As most of you know, I am African. From Nigeria (West Africa). So, naturally, I said, “Yes, yes, yes.” Edun was founded by Ali Hewson and Bono […]
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  • K1X Sierra Leone Sneakers | Folorunsho Design Project

    By SP on May 13, 2011
    These sneakers are dope. I’m a sucka for anything made out of ankara fabrics. I’m Nigerian – I can’t help it. The below are from a Sierra Leone collection of sneakers, which consists of 22 colorways and brought to you by K1x. “The Folorunsho Design Project, merges traditional African materials and techniques with western design. A portion of the from the proceeds […]
  • Threadless Loves Product (RED) Design Challenge

    By greghuntoon on October 26, 2010
    The t-shirt whizkids over at Threadless teamed up with Project (RED) in anticipation of the 2010 World AIDS Day on December 1st. The design challenge Threadless threw out to its community of creatives was to design a t-shirt based on the theme of Transformation. Whomever wins the challenge (winner still is yet to be determined) will get: An awesome Dell […]
  • L.A.M.B Spring 2011 Collection MBFW

    By SP on September 17, 2010
    Gwen Stefani totally represented Africa yesterday with the L.A.M.B Spring 2011 Collection. I’m so proud. What a way to end the Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week. Gwen never disappoints. She stays true to her style/vision. My favorites were the tie-dye maxi dresses. Can’t wait to get my hands on those..Lol. Here are my top picks. We have also included […]
  • Let Your Mini Me(s) Set Trends

    By SP on April 9, 2010
    WeWe Clothing wants you to know that your children are not left in the dark in the world of fashion & trends. Well, at least that’s kinda what we get from their new collection. From Kimono dresses, harem pants, puff sleeves and a basic tee, WeWe Clothing hit a jackpot with this collection, and it is quickly gaining the attention […]
  • ASOS Africa

    By SP on March 30, 2010
    For Spring 2010 Asos launches a capsule collection made with Artisans from Africa in fair trade facilities. the collection features simple shapes using traditional prints. You can see more here, including accessories and swimsuits. Enjoy.. thank u
  • M’Afrique by Moroso – Proudly African

    By SP on June 29, 2009
    This is a project centered around Africa. This event was put together by Patrizia Moroso and in her words, here is what it’s all about. We need not elaborate further! Enjoy her words and the art! “multifaceted, modern Africa deserves to be known and sustained for the originality of the creative languages with which it enriches global culture. The African […]
  • Robert Johnson’s Resort In Liberia

    By SP on June 16, 2009
    So if you were wondering what Robert Johnson, the founder of BET, is doing since selling BET? Worry no more. You can be rest assured that he is set, and doing rather well. Check out his new resort in Monrovia, Liberia. The resort is called RLJ Kendeja Resort & Villas. According to Life Files, it is a $30 million dollar […]
  • Artist Feature: Karo Akpokiere, A Lagos Gem

    By SP on June 11, 2009
    It doesn’t matter where you’re born…exceptional talent is exceptional talent. Thank God for all of us, Karo Akpokiere has decided to share his talents with us, and we are so proud. Karo, who is Nigerian, grew up in the Lagos 80’s, which shines through in his eclectic style which is brimming with bits of cartoons, graffiti, and bold African shapes […]
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