African Fashion Starting Out From Grass-Root Level
The Fashion Lab team talks about African fashion starting out from grass-root level. Joining the conversation is Stephen Okoth, who has been deemed a fashion icon in Kibera in Nairobi, Kenya - the biggest slum in Africa. The team is also joined by PR and Strategy warrior, Kelebogile Mabunda, who has worked through fashion concepts and brands from grass-roots level and beyond.
22 Jun 2017
Fashion & Beauty Liz Ogumbo-Regisford
Joining the Fashion Lab team to discuss this is Angelika Huwiler, Chairperson of the Zambian Fashion Counsel, Lindsay Weaver, Director for the Global Licensing and Branded Goods Department at Jaguar/Land Rover, as well as Rory Beattie, Customer Services Director for Jaguar/Land Rover.
We unapologetically dissect and debate the African Fashion Industry; The redefinition of African Fashion, the business behind it and the role that the print media plays in the industry. We're joined by Punk and Ivy, a powerful design duo focused on African inspired sports luxe and street-wear, as well as…