Adele Dejak the brand is home to luxurious African inspired jewelry handcrafted in the heart of Kenya. Everything comes from materials that different African tribes would use to make their ornaments and trinkets. We have contemporary, artistic and wearable bags, necklaces, earrings, rings and bracelets not forgetting some exclusive home decor items.
Akuko means story in igbo language. Akụkọ is much more than a socks brand, it is positive energy, it is the celebration of our differences, it is our legacies and our roots. With the roots in Nigeria and the feet in Sweden, they create vibrant bamboo socks that carries stories which connects the African diaspora with the mother- land. Through storytelling, aesthetics, movement and style they celebrate and highlight “Afropresentism” – the black presence in diaspora.
MASA MARA captures the harmony that can exist between the past and the present; the traditional and the modern. MASA MARA captures the harmony that can exist between the past and the present; the traditional and the modern. Designs honors the cultural wear of various tribes while blending these elements with urban active wear, with the aim of introducing traditional values to today’s generation, while celebrating their innovation. https://www.masamara.co.za
At Nio Far humanity is in the center of their philosophie, design is a way to carry and put out societies, tribes, ethnies stories. Nio Far is a wolof (most spoken language in senegal) word meaning we are together, a way to desicripe the unicity of people living in mother earth, when Milcos Founded the brand in 2014 it was for sharing with the word his taste of fashion, vision of design and love of craftsmanship but the more time goes the more the brand became more involve in connecting people and cultures specially in Africa. At Nio Far humanity is in the center of our philosophie, for us design is a way to carry and put out societies, tribes, ethnies stories.
Shekudo relaunched into a footwear and accessories brand and moved its base from Sydney to commence production in Lagos, Nigeria. With this move, the brand hoped to shed more light on the local artisan and craftsmanship scene whilst integrating some of the age old techniques and overlooked local resources into its own contemporary aesthetic. The Shekudo brand also prides itself on being a socially responsible label as well as an advocate for slow fashion and women’s empowerment.