Sunday, January 21, 2018

Gidi Fashion

H&M shops trashed in South Africa over “racist” hoodie

H&M's stores have been trashed in South Africa after the brand was accused of racism last week. Police were forced to use ribber bullets to break up the mob protests organised by the...

South African protesters ransack H&M stores over ‘racist’ ad

A logo is pictured on a retail shop...

Company To Host African Fashion For Peace In Abuja — Leadership Nigeria Newspapers

BY CECILIA OGEZI An Abuja-based fashion company, Hopez Tude Rizons Limited is set to host the first edition of African Fashion For Peace (AFFP) in Abuja on February 17th, this year. The chief executive officer (CEO) of...

Nigeria designers ready to take on foreign markets — Saturday Magazine — The Guardian...

Some creative and savvy Nigerians that are into a small-scale production of well-designed shoes, bags, belts and other fashion accessories for the home and West African markets are pushing the frontier and taking...

H&M Store Ransacked By Protestors

Getty H&M is going to need more than an acknowledgement and apology to make things right with customers worldwide. The retailer recently came under fire after publishing an on-line look book that featured a...

Trends that will likely shape this year — Saturday Magazine — The Guardian Nigeria...

2018 is finally here and most of us have new style resolutions, trends and ultimately, a fresh zeal to conquer ourselves and put our best fashion foot forward this year. Now, how do we...

Fashion Finds: Basotho blankets turn necessity into tradition and fashion

Who would think that a covering used to keep warm could be someone’s fashion staple? Well in Lesotho, this is the case. Lesotho is a landlocked nation completely enclosed by South Africa. The...

Fashion Friday: Photos/video – Trends for traditional wedding dresses

Many Africans highly esteem their traditional wedding arrangements, dresses, and ideas. For this reason, it is important to carefully pick the most appropriate dresses to grace this noble occasion. Traditionally, the bride, bridesmaids, and guests...

South Africa: The Merry Wives of Nkandla – We Know What They Did This...

analysis In this Trumpian, boundary-free age of social media oversharing, ordinary citizens are able to follow elected officials as they party, attend fashion shows and record their culinary adventures in some of the country's...