Discover Minku’s Latest Collection

Minku is a fresh brand that gives us handmade, leather bags. Their style is beautifully distinct, as you can see from their latest collection below. Minku has remained consistent with their brand signature (which is why we still think they are fresh even after about four years). Their leather bags almost look distressed, but will…

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AAKS SS 15/16

Ethical fashion brand, AAKS, has fast become a household name in ethical fashion from Africa. You should certainly be watching them! Their Ghanian traditionally woven bags are perfect for Summer vibes, and this latest SS 15/16 collection channels this vibe perfectly! Think of the beach, sun, shopping in the local market, picking flowers, and fun…

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Babatunde – Print Overdose

South African accessories brand, Babatunde, first caught our eye with their signature Ankara print umbrellas! That’s what we love about them – they aren’t afraid to overdose and binge on Ankara print! And that’s so true with their latest accessories collection launched in August this year. Seriously, no accessory is safe from print if the…

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1981

You would probably not think of African fashion as ever being minimalist. But Ghanian brand, 1981, is re-defining this. Their inspiration comes from lines, structure and architecture, to give their pieces a beautiful modern look, though still reminiscent of Africa. Creative director, Nana Brenu, is said to be influenced by “his Ghanaian heritage characterized by…

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Zaouli by Loza Maléombho

Loza Maléombho’s latest collection, Zaouli, celebrates masked Zaoli dancers from the Guro tribe of Cote D’Ivoire. We have loved how unique Loza Maléombho has been with each collection, and this one stays true to the brand. The pieces have got her signature fringe trimmings, and structured cuts. The beautiful inclusion of masked dancers in the…

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Mba Metta by Nyorh Agwe

Cameroonian born designer, Nyorh Agwe, creates these beautiful jewellery that showcases her African roots. This collection below is named “M’ba M’etta” (We the Metta People). With this work, she uses the traditional craft method of the Metta of Cameroon. Agwe became concerned that this craft method was disappearing, and this collection is a beautiful effort…

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