PITHafrica – The Nigerian brand contributing to ‘New Age Africa’

It is more crucial than ever for one to realise where there is a lack of diversity, but further work tirelessly to fill that space with those deserving and to change that narrative. In that recognition, and in the pursuit of shifting perspectives of the Nigerian Fashion industry, seeking to better represent the industries emerging …

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This is Margaret

This is Margaret (@margaret__zhang), something of an industry and fashion favourite, dancing the lines between fashionable secretarial figure, and tardy city explorer in her new short film. In retro style, with the somewhat silky voice of a heavily accented man (Italian? Perhaps French?, one can never be too presumptuous) lending his voice for narration, enters Margaret …

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THP shop: Fashion with a conscience

Often times, with fashion it becomes incredibly easy to be absorbed into the fast paced existence of production and consumption, with lines rarely drawn as to what boundaries are to remain uncrossed despite high demand. However, deep within the nook of what seems a very pretentious and self absorbed industry one can sometimes find a …

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Badaam- the Indo-western brand with character

With any platform, transparency can be an often ignored yet valuable tool  to communicate with ones audience, here I lay bare the apprehension with which I approached Badaam, a Multicultural Indo-Western brand based out of Sydney, Australia. Driven by my own unwavered interest in the silhouette shapes and colours with which Badaam crafted their pieces, …

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