AFRICA FASHION WEEK LONDON 2017 exhibitors
Thank you to all AFWL 2017 exhibitors for showcasing their crafts and magnificent pieces to all our vistors and show attendees. We hope to see you next year too!
Apply to showcase for AUGUST 2018 for your fashion design brand during Africa Fashion Week London at Freemasons' Hall, Covent Garden.
Akpos Dudu RepresentingNigeria is a brand that is feminine, romantic, playful, and sophisticated. Every Akpos Okudu piece shows a love for lush fabric, intricate details and colour.Each piece unique as it is important that it makes its wearer feel special.
Anaisarts is a brand inspired by high quality African prints.
It is an exclusive line of handmade arts and crafts. There is something for everybody, from fashion to homeware. Each product is meticulously hand crafted for durability, quality and beauty. Anaisa arts is representing cape verde.
I live in Dudley.(based)
Anakra is a ready to wear and bespoke clothing line. The designer for this brand was raised in Cambridge and moved to Nigeria last year. So it is a great chance to merge both cultures to create a beautifully refined and well expressed brand.
Bibini is a brand that is dedicated to bringing the colours of Africa into the British Summer Fashion Market. Our designs are practical and beautiful. The designer for this brand is based in Accra, Ghana although born in Manchester, UK.
GJembelish arose from what was once the childhood hobby of collecting sea shells and shiny stones. Now the collection includes Genuine Precious and Semi-Precious Gems. These Gemstones are set within our bespoke, handmade creations. We take pride in the creativity and inspiration from our African Caribbean culture which influences this collection. GJembelish is a family run business, we are small enough to care and skilled enough to deliver quality and satisfaction.
Our creations represent our Jamaican and African heritage.
Currently living in the UK, based in London
Iro Lagos is a brand that specialises in Contemporary Traditional Women Clothing, specifically the West African Iro and Buba (tops and Sarong Style wrappers).
Joela grew from requests for us at Pitter Patter to make bags similar to those we made for the little girls for Mum's as well. The unique aspect of Joela bags is using fabric mainly African origin but not ankara wax andgenuine leather. The bags are named after its style, era and appeal.
Kitenge is a social enterprise, unique ethical clothing and accessories brand, that empowers tailors, improves their livelihoods and supports their fine craftsmanship inTanzania, East Africa. Kitenge's colourful products are lovingly handmade using high quality, 100% cotton andAfrican wax print fabrics.
Contemporary Clothing using traditional African Fabrics and made by African tailors. Our aim is to provide full time sustainable employment to tailors in The Gambia and fabric merchants across West Africa.
Positive prints for positive people. Social mercenary is about promoting african print fabrics as well as ensuring ethical production throughout. Social Mercenary is representing Ghana and is based in Worcestershire, UK.
YADAH EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS
Yadah exclusive designs is an exciting fashion brand that designs Afrocentric fashion. It upholds principles and values of quality, Efficient service, good Customer care, Competitive pricing, Long term relationship with our clients. Yadah brand offersexclusive ready to wear clothing and accessories for women