The official launch of the Uche African Art Foundation at the Hampton by Hilton in Amsterdam.
Africa Web TV’s Phay Mutepa brings you all the highlights of the 2015 edition of the Africa Fashion Week Amsterdam at the tropical institute in Amsterdam. The show was hosted by the Nigerian Nollywood superstar Ramsey Nouah.
Africa Web Tv’s Phay Mutepa talks fashion and more with Nollywood superstar Ramsey Nouah at the Africa Fashion Week Amsterdam 2015.
Wearable wood at the Africa Fashion Week Amsterdam 2015 by Albert Chapel and Diana Tambe. The designs have been inspired by clothes hangers you can hang up on a coat rack, such as your clothes also hangs up on a coat rack. What they mainly want to make clear is …
Kwame Koranteng’s collection at the Africa Fashion Week Amsterdam. Kwame Koranteng Bespoke Tailoring specialises in the design and creation of unique suits for men and women.
I.ari’s collection at the Africa Fashion Week Amsterdam. I.ARI is the brainchild of Michaella Andrianasolo. The designer often plays with contrasts between textures, shapes and colours. I.ari is well known also for using the signature tones of black and gold in sequins and feathers.
Wakuu’s collection at the Africa Fashion Week Amsterdam. Inspired by the talented tailors found in Kibera, Wakuu is focussed on making formal and Kitenge suits from exciting African fabric.
JeliFashion’s collection at the Africa Fashion Week Amsterdam. A perfect description would be: a modern sleek handmade /tailor-made African prints accessories which takes the African style to a complete different platform with its magnificent ancient/modern blend and an excellent touch from Europe.
Dess’Ony catches the spirit of Africa in modern day fashion. With roots in Ivory Coast, designer Lilly Chou collaborates with talented local. Dess’Ony is about celebrating the beautiful and positive, in Africa and beyond.
Lia Samantha collection at the Africa Fashion Week Amsterdam 2015. Lia Samantha is a creative project, which is weaved like a thread between the past and the present, reinterpreting the past through African fabrics and the dialogue between contemporary styles and the desire to keep alive African roots and art …