Yesterday ended New York Fashion Week and we want to recap our participation in the HFR Shop, Brunch and Be Social Event! The turnout to the event was great and we received many compliments on the line as well as the new peplum belts. Our new Denimu Toti was a hit! We can't wait for you to see the colors and variations of the bag. Our beautiful brand ambassadors owned the Essence Street Style Block Party! They educated stylish ladies about the brand and rocked our popular peplum belts. Frequently visit our events page and subscribe to our newsletter for updates on events and when new product hits the site!
New York Fashion Week (NYFW) is upon us! We have been diligently preparing for the upcoming Harlem Fashion Row (HFR) Brunch, Shop and Be Social Pop Up Shop. The event will take place on Sunday, September 13, 2015 from 2pm-5pm at the Norwood Club (Detailed information provided below) Our shop will be situated on the 3rd floor of the beautiful Norwood Club. We so excited to be previewing our new line of denim totes, the Denimu Toti bag and our new collection of Osu peplum belts (previous collection is sold out). The event will be fun and chic. HFR has a long standing history of curating amazing pop up shops and we are overjoyed to be among this year's designers. Come...
I read an amazing article earlier this week from the Fashion Business Africa website about an organization called Liberty & Justice Development. It is an organization founded by Chid Liberty and Adam Butlein; to help the African apparel industry meet the challenge of global competition by achieving higher output and lower costs, to build the industrial skills of the African work force, and to establish models for social and environmental justice in apparel manufacturing that are transferable to other industries (an excerpt from their website).
We have been very vocal on our views of textile piracy in the West African textile market. This DW report is a wonderful eye opener for anyone who is not familiar with the issues in Ghana's textile industry. It is very important to us, that we only use textiles produced locally in Ghana. Once a thriving industry, it has been looted by international piracy. Many Ghanaians lost their jobs and livelihood due to such piracy. Our goal is to support local Ghanaian industry and the people that comprise that industry.