What I Wore This Week: Lufuno Sathekge

Lufuno Sathekge is a Johannesburg-based fahsionista who works in marketing. Her fashion philosophy always “screams Individual,” she says. “Fun, fashion loving, unpredictable.” We asked Lufuno to share 5 days of style with us. Here’s what she had to share: Day 1: “This was my first day at work in the new year, and I wanted to wear something cool, relaxed but not too casual, in case I need to go […]

 

Style Book: South African Stylist Funeka Ngwevela

Funeka Ngwevela describes cialis in mexico herself as a “modern-day flower child, lover of indie & folk music, stylist, hipster, dreamcatcher, pavement RUNNER,” amongst other things. We call buy viagra online without prescription her a style maven. The Johannesburg-based fashion lover always m cheap cialis online anages to catch our eye thanks to her amazing vintage-inspired style, and uh-mazing mane generic viagra online of hair. We couldn’t round out the […]

 

Style Book: Shaka Maidoh & Sam Lambert

If you troll the fashionable Internets as much as we do, chances are you’ve stumbled across these two finely dressed gentlemen and wondered who the heck they were. It turns out they’re two fashion-loving Afropolitans based in London. Shaka is cheap viagra online a buy personal narrative essay n artist and photographer and cheapest propecia uk Sam is a fashion stylist. So where did they get their impeccable style? “My […]

 

What I Wore This Week: Saada Ahmed

So as successful as “Today I wore” turned out with Joy Adaeze and Terence Sambo, we had to chop and screw it up a lil to get the final result we wanted. So we’ve changed the feature into “What I wore this week” where every Friday, we’ll bring all that stylish goodness in one punchy, self-contained and concise round-up of looks and styles from every day of the week gone […]

 

AfriPOP! Today I wore: Terence Sambo of One Nigerian Boy (Day 5)

“AfriPOP! Today I wore”: For five days, our fashion junkie of the week will showcase what they wore going about in their daily lives; from a work day to a night out on the town! We are highlighting the fashion-forward, eclectic styles of those that look beyond brand names to focus on a personal style and aesthetic. If you know even an inkling about the modern African fashion scene today, […]

 

Inspired: Two Cool Brothers on a London Street

Occasionally we bring a little something that’s keeping us inspired. We stumbled across this great photo of two cool brothers from photographer Wayne Tippett’s funky street style blog.

 

5 African Designers You Oughta Know

Whether looking to the runways in London or Johannesburg, it’s obvious that young African designers are breaking with tradition and letting the world know there’s more to African style than boubous and dashikis. Gone are the days where ‘African’ designer meant only African fabrics and traditional patterns…

 

African Fashion Goes Global

Within the span of the last week and now we couldn’t help but be smacked in the face by the question of the future of African fashion. From the CNN’s look at the Nigerian Fashion Industry, to Columbia University’s African Economic Forum featuring a panel discussion on African Fashion Going Global, along with South Africa Fashion Week just wrapping up. The fact that this is a subject of discussion only […]

 

Afripop! Style Muse: Nneka

As you can tell, Afripop! hearts Nneka. Her style is haute and need we say any more about her music. In short she is our style muse. Since we love fashion as much as music and culture we thought it would be cool to create a style board of looks inspired by the Nigerian princess. Thanks to the coolness of Polyvore, we were able to put it together. More to […]

 

Malick Sidibe for New York Times

The ever fashion forward cool kids of Mali were recently shot by legendary photographer Malick Sidibe for the New York Times Magazine. Check out how they mix and match high-priced designer duds and add a whole lot of African flair. We love it. Also, check out a slideshow of the shoot here, and read the backstory behind the shoot here

 

She's your queen to be...

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