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Studio Talk

We catch up with with Johanna from 'The Curl Talk Project' to discuss her project talking to women about their relationship with their hair.

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Akello Studio the Clothing Brand for the Future Consumer!

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Akello Studio the Clothing Brand for the Future Consumer!

Made With Love – That’s our Motto!

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STUDIO TALK: YEMZI LONDON

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STUDIO TALK: YEMZI LONDON

Meet Elizabeth the founder of Yemzi London, the burning desire for self expression led to the creation of her brand. THE ‘WHY’ FOR STARTING HER BRAND. Yemzi is an expression of my British-Nigerian identity, I was fostered by an English family since I was 2 months old and this drove my desire for self expression and identity. The story behind fashion prints play such a key role in every collection which are designed by me, taking inspiration from West Africa and digitally print them onto premium materials such as silk, chiffon and satin. I believe that reinterpreting traditions can make...

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MADE IN AFRICA: YEVU

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MADE IN AFRICA: YEVU

We see a future of producing our collections using the skills artisans in local communities in African countries.  Whilst researching this we came across other small brands making this possible and doing just that a few steps ahead. Making positive effects to peoples lives and using the fashion industry to do this and    Yevu is a australian based label specialises in African print, that operates as a social enterprise. Yevu’s primary objective addresses urban poverty in Ghana through economically empowering micro producers and artisanal manufacturers to make their clothing. Yevu manufactures socially responsible clothing in Accra by directly employing men...

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