Participating Designers
John Kaveke

Kenyan Fashion designer John Kaveke studied fashion in Kenya and Spain. He worked as a designer for other fashion labels for four years before he decided to start his own clothing label KAVEKE.

http://www.kaveke.com/

 
Doreen Mashika

Tanzanian Designer

Label: eskado bird

http://m.eskadobird.com/

 
Chika Nnadozie

Nigerian designer

Label: CrossWord CW

Chika Couture was founded in 2009 by a fashion forward 17 year old student Chika Iwenofu. Fascinated by the creative thought processes involved in world of fashion design and known for her immaculate eye for precision and cut, Chika decided to take her future into her own hands and start up her very own clothing line, drawing inspiration from her African heritage as a young Nigerian.

Chika Couture offers an eclectic range of garments, eloquently blending traditional African fabrics with more western designs, creating garments which are not only unique but contemporary. Focus is implemented on the bold iconic prints featured on the traditional "Ankara" fabrics which are vibrant and colourful, yet powerful and chic, encouraging young, fashion forward individuals to embrace culture and diversity in a revolutionarily fashionable way- Breaking the barriers of social and cultural divides.

www.chikacouture.com

http://www.facebook.com/CrosswordCouture

 
Ann McCreath

kenyan designer

Label: Kiko romeo

After completing fashion design studies in Rome, followed by years working as a designer in Barcelona, Scottish born Ann McCreath took a three-month break doing aid work in Kenya. Finding it fascinating, she stayed on for 3 years, before deciding to go back to her profession and do trade instead of aid.

So in 1996 With a desire to help create jobs in rural areas and make unique, high quality products for retail Ann launched her own fashion house under the name “KikoRomeo”, which means “Adam’s apple” in Kiswahili.. Hoping Kenyans would take pride in African-inspired contemporary fashion, and promote their economy through buying locally made fashion, she set about making ethically sound products with inputs from community artisans and women’s groups, which she retailed through her own shop. Since then KikoRomeo has continued to offer ready-made garments, cut to international fashion trends, using African made fabrics, often with handcrafted details.

http://kikoromeo.com/

 
Nelly Hagan-Aboagye

Ghanaian designer

Label: Duaba Serwa

http://www.facebook.com/pages/DUABA-SERWA/186312377635

 
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