Atong Demach was crowned Miss World Africa 2012 in the just concluded Miss World competition in Ordos, China. She is from Bor, South Sudan.
Supermarket, #Namibia (Photo by Stephane De Sakutin)
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Benin designer Dasha Nicou adds a modern twist to traditional African styles.
Another Elien Kuame design on display at the Radisson Blu hotel in Dakar. (Dakar: 'Capital of Franco-African fashion')
Baay Sooley & Laure Tarot - Winners of the Dakar Sira Vision 2012 young designer competition, Baay Sooley and Laure Tarot come from the world of art. Their brand Bull Doff has its origin in urban fashion. Finding inexhaustible sources of inspiration in the streets, they offer African Street Style collections, Made in Senegal.
KooRoo - Kooroo is a designer women’s wear label established in 2006 in Kenya
Ethical fashion brand One Mango Tree just released its Spring|Summer 2012 Collection – an array of organic cotton jersey separates, beautiful hand-loomed handbags and African print accent pieces.
Agbani Darego is a Nigerian model, best known as the first Black African Miss World.
Models Diarra Thiam (L) and Sachakara Dieng wear creations by Senegalese designer Mamata Lopy backstage during the 10th anniversary of Dakar Fashion Week. Photo: Reuters
A model wears a creation by Senegalese designer Oumou Sy during the 10th anniversary of Dakar Fashion Week. Photo: Reuters
A model wears a creation by Nigerien Tuareg designer Alphadi (Sidahmed Seidnaly) backstage during the 10th anniversary of Dakar Fashion Week. Photo: Reuters
Models wear creations by Nigerien Tuareg designer Alphadi (Sidahmed Seidnaly) backstage during the 10th annual Dakar Fashion Week. Photo: Reuters
Dedicated followers of fashion: Congo's designer dandies. Daniele Tamagni photographed the Congo's "Sapeurs" for his book 'Gentlemen of Bacongo." Smart suits in pastel colors are a trademark of the Brazzaville Sapeurs.
Vivienne Westwood and Stella McCartney are among A-list designers to throw their weight behind Ethical Fashion Africa, a United Nations-sanctioned program that doles out key skills and fair wages to more than 7,000 disenfranchised women in Kenya and Uganda. Its slogan: “Not charity, just work.” In honor of International Women’s Day. http://www.intracen.org/exporters/ethical-fashion/
AFRICA, GHANA - Inside a Kente cloth shop, the colours and patterns are overwhelming. Each colour and pattern is representative of some stature, or an emotion. Colour representations: Black -- maturation, intensified spiritual energy. Blue -- peacefulness, harmony and love. Green -- vegetation, pla
Sunshine yellow cocktail dress by MAKSI
Fisher-women Of Senegal
Creation of Oumou Sy from Senegal
2012 Arise Magazine Fashion Week: Toju Foyeh