The suit, alternately roomy or fitted around the waist and thigh, with or without excessive buttons, has been a wardrobe staple for the archetypal man for more than three and a half centuries. What we call the classic suit, worn with or without a waistcoat, comes in many forms.
For the Spring-Summer 2020 Collection, Donatella Versace honors an iconic moment when fashion and culture became a catalyst for technological progress. The exploration of couture techniques and novel materials has always been signature to the Versace runway. Twenty years ago, that spirit of innovati
As a local fashion writer, I make it my mission to find as much knowledge as I can about people who are currently making major moves in the local fashion industry. Fashion blogger and business woman Nelly Mwangi is one of Kenya’s top bloggers and her content alone speaks for itself as it shows yo
PART 1: THE STORY OF THE BUTTERFLY REBELS Simply stated, the Butterfly Rebels ask, “How many children work for you?” Across the world, there are 152 million child laborers. 72 million of them work in exploitative conditions, 7 million of them are slaves. The Butterfly Rebels use artistic
From Copenhagen Fashion Week – Focus on Sustainability ‘Copenhagen Fashion Week is dedicated to supporting and accelerating the sustainable development of the fashion industry. By promoting innovative business models, designs and solutions during our biannual fashion week and by producin
David Wurawa is an award-winning actor whose credits span a gamut of roles. Originally from Zimbabwe, he currently lives in Vienna, Austria. Speaking several languages, David has accumulated an extensive international list of credits in film, television, radio, and theater. David does not portray
Hamaji The Nomad is a sustainable African Boheme designer collection based both in Nairobi, Kenya and Berlin, Germany. The brand has created job opportunities for local artisans based in rural Kenya, as the entire collection is inspired by nomads. They have a collection of dresses, bags, jackets,
The rise of fashion in West Africa is fast and incredibly fun to witness. Contemporary brands are available in a wide variety and the appreciation of fashion and local brands is great, especially in countries like Nigeria. Woora is one of the many staple female brands in Nigeria that are celebrated