Enjoy the gorgeous lookbook for The Wrap Life’s latest “Sweet Summer” African head wrap collection.
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Models Ajak Deng and Maria Borges star in Models.com’s “Africa Rising” editorial, a showcase of over 20 fashion designers from the continent.
Sindiso Khumalo‘s award-winning Spring/Summer 2016 “Birds of Paradise” collection draws influence from the idea of birth, as well as the Venda and Zulu women of South Africa.
AsakeOge Couture presents a Lagos market-set lookbook for its latest collaboration with Ghanaian-based fabric company DaViva.
Models De’vaun Rae and Edna Gazell star in the campaign lookbook for Natural Hair Studio’s 2015 Naturalista Hair Show, which will take place September 27th in Maryland.
i-D Magazine is sharing “10 Thing to Know” about Ghanaian-British model Philomena Kwao in a stunning editorial photographed by Michelle George.
Nigerian/German hip-hop/soul singer-songwriter Nneka graces three covers of the April/May 2015 issue of London-based New African Woman magazine.
Dutch fabric printing company Vlisco is honoring the wisdom and beauty every mother passes down to her daughter with its beautiful “Mothers & Daughters” campaign.
“A/Au” is the gorgeous Fall/Winter 2014 – 2015 collection from Atlanta-based fashion house Asiyami Gold.
The stunning first campaign for Made In Kigali’s Ramazani fashion brand features models Samar Khoury and David as African royalty.
Swahili coast-inspired wooden jewelry brand Nyumbani Design has revealed a bright new lookbook for its Autumn/Winter 2014 collection, titled “Yellow Spaces.”
Elle South Africa celebrates the spirit of African fashion in its January 2013 issue starring model Sharleen Dziire. In the vibrant editorial spread, entitled Jozi Maboneng, photographer Ross Garret captures Sharleen in the continent’s fashion melting pot, Johannesburg.
We can never get sick of seeing this face everywhere, and it’s not as if we have a choice! Hailed as the world’s #1 model, Puerto Rican beauty Joan Smalls covers Vogue Brasil’s ‘Black Issue’ for January 2013, which focuses on influences from the African diaspora.
Vlisco introduces “Parade of Charm,” yet another sleek selection, comprised of cool greys and blues and popping reds and limes fused into geometric African patterns.
Brazilian beauty Daiane Sodré poses in a set of edgy, mostly black-and-white snaps for Fernando Mazza’s Princess of Africa photography series. Wearing African prints and tribal head-dressing the model is styled by Mauricio Mariano and Alessandro Lazaro.
Earlier this month, Paris was descended upon by the crème de la crème of stylists from the African diaspora for the first ever Black Fashion Week. Vogue Italia’s Francesca Ragazzi covered the week’s catwalks and backstage madness, particularly for Elie Kuame’s couture show.
Photographer Jean Baptise-Mondino captures a very sleek Beyoncé for House of Deréon’s 2012 Autumn/Winter Collection campaign: “Couture. Kick. Soul.” The ready-to-wear fashion line just recently rolled out the brand’s latest lookbook, which features some of the season’s most prominent elements: lace, cut-outs, African prints and faux leather.
Inspired by dapper African gents, Solange and friends travel to South Africa’s capital for vibrant new “Losing You” video.
Following Paris Fashion Week, the city will host the crème de la crème of stylists from the Black diaspora for the first ever Black Fashion Week Paris. Kicking off on October 4th at the Pavillon Cambon Capucine in the heart of Paris, the three-day event will continue at Place Vendôme and the prestigious Ritz Palace through October 6th.
Dutch fabric printing company Vlisco has launched its breathtaking new Funky Grooves Collection, which draws from the company’s rich design heritage.