March 30,2018

Chulaap’s New Womenswear Collection

South African brand, Chulaap, is known for it's geometric prints in its menswear pieces. Chulaap's signature is its print overload - layers and layers of prints.

March 14,2018

Pop Art with Pop Caven

When you mix pop art, popular Nigerian slogans and cool tees together, you get Pop Caven. The Nigerian sisters behind the brand are your classic Cool

March 13,2018

BFYNE African Inspired Swimwear

You may have already come across an image or two from this beautiful swimwear brand, BFYNE, but let's remind you again about the full range of

ronke lawal beauty
March 11,2018

Makeup for Dark Skin by Ronke Raji

The advent (yes, advent) of makeup made for the black woman’s skin is very recent. Finding foundations et al suited for dark skin has remained a

March 8,2018

Empowering Women with Lemlem

No way, no how will stripes ever go out of fashion for Lemlem! The Ethiopian brand was founded by ever-smiling supermodel, Liya Kebede. Any brand which

February 24,2018

Chilled and Relaxed with SimplyCyn

Today, we can't resist the fashion and style of this Cameroonian-born, New York native, Cynthia a.k.a. SimplyCyn. We've been following her blog for so long now

February 21,2018

Shirts by Tzar

Tzar is a Nigerian male fashion brand with a pretty interesting spin on a shirt. In an industry where some of the biggest fashion innovations for male

February 5,2018

Raffia and Colour with A.A.K.S

A.A.K.S is a Ghanaian brand that has successfully infused traditional techniques with trendy, modern styles. Their signature product is a colourful raffia bag, handwoven by artisan

Andrea Iyamah SS17 ready to wear collection
February 2,2018

Andrea Iyamah Ready to Wear SS17

Andrea Iyamah's swimwear collection is arguably more popular, but the brand has been bringing some beautiful ready to wear collections to the market for a while

January 31,2018

Andrea Iyamah Swim 17

Andrea Iyamah's swimwear always make us swoon for the beach, and this Swim17 collection is no different. The print is so rich, and you can imagine