Making a “Proudly Zimbabwean” statement with @AmaZimZim_ZW 2017 collection

The flag, That Flag of Zimbabwe is now commonly known as #ThisFlag, can no longer we worn as a scarf, as 2016 revealed a rebellion associated with wearing it as a scarf. So how can we show off Zimbabwe, even as a souvenir to tourist.

Meet AMAZIMZIM, or simply AMZZ  A Zimbabwean clothing line that says, I am a Zimbabwean, in a proud manner. Continue reading “Making a “Proudly Zimbabwean” statement with @AmaZimZim_ZW 2017 collection”

AfroUrban backpacks trend, from Moçambique!

African print adds flair to any outfit. It says absolute African and modern when accessories are clad in fabrics inspired by AFRICA. Ola from Moçambique! HAMBA now my travel company is going to African festivals and we saw backpacks at Azgo Festival and bought ourselves one for the laptop baggage. I got tourist price as my chaperone wasn’t prepared for the haggle as I am … Continue reading AfroUrban backpacks trend, from Moçambique!

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Festival fashion the HAMBA Mzuri Sana travel collection

I love me some festival fashion, the music and the fun needs clothes that are easy and liberating.

Hence I never seem to find enough clothing that can express my free spirit with the right balance of culture and fashion.  Continue reading “Festival fashion the HAMBA Mzuri Sana travel collection”

Avoiding a male style disaster

Everyone has that guy they know who has horrid style. While they may not like the idea of a gay stylist or their bae telling them their style is whack, they need this infographic. There is no shade here, remembering someone was not impressed with AKA a South African rappers black tie brown shoes at an event with his current bae, Bonang.

So please all those with a husband, boyfriend, guy friend, brother, cousin whose style never knows what to wear for a dresscode www.theblacktux.com sent me an infographic to solve that mess! Continue reading “Avoiding a male style disaster”

Wazal Couture: Cameroonian fashion we are head ‘ova’ heels with

African print designs, have become over used by people. This means designers have had to go beyond the usual placement and innovate with fabrics.

After seeing Wazal‘s designs I realised that African Print is indeed alive and well revived in this Cameroonian designer based in Paris.

The Wazal collection 2016/2017 called “Ova Tété”. Continue reading “Wazal Couture: Cameroonian fashion we are head ‘ova’ heels with”

Loving my Fair Trade Fashionable Skirts from Zimbabwe

The delays in posting, blame the need to start a business in Zimbabwe that is ethical and fair trade. So I want to talk about a brand I know of, Labour of Love.

Labour of Love Africa is a social enterprise that empowers women in Zimbabwe through creating fashionable clothing, using African Print. Continue reading “Loving my Fair Trade Fashionable Skirts from Zimbabwe”

Places to shop Zimbabwean and African designers in HARARE

The whole driving force behind this blog, besides shoes…has been discovering and sharing information on Zimbabwean fashion industry.

It has been an ongoing process…while a lot of designers are functioning and have studios of their own…they are very invisible in terms of finding where to buy.

So I have gathered a list of places to find them, outside festivals and events.
Continue reading “Places to shop Zimbabwean and African designers in HARARE”