The social enterprise Africa Fashion Guide has compiled the ultimate fashion guide from Africa. The book 'FASHION AFRICA' features the must-haves from just a handful of the creme de la creme of emerging and established designers who have taken their core inspiration from all corners of Africa 'FASHION AFRICA' proudly showcases 48 designers who have been influenced by the heartbeat, the many facets of history, culture, and people of Africa to bring about an aesthetic beauty which has been artistically illustrated. Featured in the book are designers such as Jewel by Lisa, Tiffany Amber, SUNO NY, Oliberte, NKWO, Loin Cloth and Ashes, Chichia London as well as ethical manufacturers such as Mantisworld and Kibotrade. You will also find fantastic modern illustrations, stunning photography and great analysis. This book - or visual guide - is the first of its kind that provides a contemporary, informative and visual overview of the African fashion and textiles industry with an ethical perspective.
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