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Ankole luxury is a sustainable Handmade Kenya Brand that celebrates the artistry of local craftsmanship, specializing in exquisite jewelry crafted using ethically sourced materials which include repurposed horn, brass and semi-precious stones. The brand was founded in 2019 by self-made entrepreneur Veronica Gakio.    Combined

El Afrique was founded by Whitney Nasanga in 2016 while she was a university student and an apprentice in her mother’s fashion business. Whitney noticed a gap in the market for African print style of designs. She started by producing and styling her own clothes which attracted her first client who ordered 5 identical designs [

Hisi studio is a Kenyan lifestyle brand, founded by Angela Wanjiku. The word Hisi is a Swahili verb which means “ to feel” or “to sense” The brands inclusive designs recognizes, rethinks the needs of visually impaired consumers. This is to createe a more holistic sensorial experience and fostering independence and dignit

 Warren Kamau is a young promising designer who graduated from Mcensal School of Fashion and Design in March this year. He presented a collection called “Yet Not I.” which is a 12 garment collection, designed by him. Warren also works as a Creative Director for a  collaborative project called “Project OCTOBER*” that co

Global Glam Kapemono (Cape +Kimono) was founded in 2016 out of passion for fashion and makeup. Kerry Scott, Founder and Chief Creative Designer of Global Glam Kapemono had worked as a professional Make-up artist for almost 20 years  working with Giorgio Armani Beauty , NARS,  and Bobbi Brown cosmetics and developed an eye for

Brandme Fashion House was founded by Nehema Georgina Obiero in 2018. Brand Me Fashion House is a modern contemporary fashion house that creates customized collections for both ladies, gents, kids and youth  from casual to formal, special occasions and corporate.   Brand me has dressed personalities: Little Venus, Corazon Kwam

The What Women Want 2.0 Summit held at Trade Mark Hotel from 22nd to 24th March was a great success. The event, hosted by Pinky Ghelani was the perfect way to commemorate International Women’s Month. With over 100 speakers, dynamic panels, sponsors, podcasts, media, fashion, beauty, and lifestyle pop-ups it was an unforgettabl

Connie Aluoch is thrilled to be moderating a panel at The What women Want Summit 2.0 on Saturday March 23rd from 2 Pm. The conversation topic will be Agility in the creative workplace. Connie will be joined by Beverly Mawia: Ceo and Founder of African Yuva, Lisa Oduor: Artist, singer and Songwriter, Selam Ayele Kedebe: […

Connie represented East Africa at the Omniverse Conference held in Lagos Nigeria from the Feb 27th – 1st March 2024. Connie shared her insights on how technology is reshaping the African Fashion Industry with a focus on supply chains and customer experience. Connie sharing her insights on the role of technology in fashion