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Africa is known all over the world as a cradle of creativity, heritage and vibrancy. For long, the continent been regarded as a source of inspiration for the world in the fields of art, fashion and design.

African Fashion international (AFI) was established as part of an unequivocal determination to propel and restore refined African fashion brands on the global stage. With their understanding of quality and craftsmanship, a point of view that is unique coupled with Africa’s heritage and history, they are pioneers in luxury African fashion.

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Our continent is bursting with creativity and with new platforms dedicated to promoting and simply spreading the word we get to know a vast array of people whose work represents our culture and identity. Here are three videos of three African creatives on their point of view regarding their passion.

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In contrast we see beauty. Today we get to see the Sika Collar in all its colourful beauty against the black backdrop of a black turtleneck. How would you have style it?

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Through ITC Ethical Fashion Initiative, Andrew Ondrejcak has connected with artisans from Burkina Faso, Mali, Kenya and Haiti to create the costume collection for his upcoming play, ELIJAH GREEN.

The ELIJAH GREEN costumes will feature hand-painted bogolan fabric from Mali, hand-woven danfani fabric from Burkina Faso, Maasai jewellery from Kenya and fer decoupé and papier-mâché accessories from Haiti.

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Asa Baako was launched in March 2011, in the spectacular fishing village of Busua in Ghana's Western Region. It was here, where festival organisers from the UK and Ghana, joined together with local residents, to create a free, two day celebration of local arts and culture.

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As you may know on Wednesdays we wear pink. This week the lovely Soukeyna style the Pink Body Dress into a simple yet chic outfit that works for the office or a day out.

How would you have styled it? 

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