A craving for African prints is on the rise among celebrities and stars, but don't forget the important contribution that bloggers have made and continue to make in this evolution and the industry in This
Fashion, throughout history, has created an illustrative identity within African-American history. Fashion is a statement and speaks volumes with little to no words. Fashion, throughout history, has created
This article was originally published on Chayet Chiénin's blog, Nothing but the wax. Maison Château Rouge -- does that name ring a bell? It might not just yet, but it's the brand new Parisian label that
Africa has been getting a lot of attention lately in the fashion world, and for good reason. From Nigeria to South Africa and everywhere in between, big talent is entering the international style game
Lukhanyo Mdingi sounds off on his super surreal lookbooks and why his country's creatives are ready to take the industry by storm. Lukhanyo Mdingi is a waiter at an American diner in Cape Town. While 23-year-old
"Design is my tool for telling stories about my home." You don't need to be a veteran style editor or a high-profile blogger to recognize the huge influence African culture has on the fashion industry.
By Robin Givhan Robin Givhan Fashion critic Email Bio Follow Robin Givhan, The Washington Post’s Pulitzer-winning fashion critic, is covering New York Fashion Week. Read her stories on Style Blog and her
AFRICAN PRINTS IN MOTION Just like the talking drums of Africa, the patterns of African wax prints tell stories of relevance to the wearer, such as proverbs, poems and traditional African fables. The also