A chat with Gabonese/French fashion powerhouse Francois Aveyra who apprenticed for huge international brands such as Balenciaga, Thierry Mugler, Jean-Paul Gaultier, among others.
Using fashion as a platform that can give another approach to African culture, more than academic studies and news reports can.
I always wanted to be different and do what made me happy, which was art.
I have never had any regrets about being a part of the Reggae Industry. This is a Royal realm; for that I am nothing but honoured.
Just the fact that I'm African makes me proud already.
Knowing that you helped something grow into a valuable commodity is priceless, and so is knowing that you’re contributing to food security.
My mum cried when I got the phone call, and I was lost for words, I had no idea what to say.
His close proximity to nature and his love for outdoor features, further enhance his artistic talent.
"The search for my identity as a Cameroonian inspired me to switch to Makossa."
From frequenting Kenya’s high-fashion runways, interior designing and owning her own hair extensions brand, professional model and entrepreneur, Sandra Awino Odino, tells us about her journey...
Being a stylist is something I always admired, and I never thought of ever pursuing it career-wise, because of the perception we always had that one...
Ghanaian Afrobeats, Afrodancehall & Highlife musician Akwesi talks about his love of music.