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Chilli Mango: Changing the Stereotype on Kenyan Made Goods
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Njeri Gikera, founder and Designer of Chilli Mango launched the brand to do things differently with regard to fashion products in Kenya – seeking more authentic and relatable. “I opted for something that I would wear.” Starting in 2009, she...
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Stylistic identity #Business Talk #TDSvoices
Stylistic identity
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Stylistic identity, like branding, is a powerful tool that is vital for differentiation and for preventing imitation from other competitors. Branding encompasses stylistic identity, which includes stylistic and aesthetic codes of a brand, ranging from colors, products and apparel. Even...
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Year in Review: The Designers Whose Mission is to Change the Perception of Africa
Year in Review: The Designers Whose Mission is to Change the Perception of Africa
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Firstly, we love the shot of Nairobi at night pictured above by George Mo Photography. Ok, back to reviewing the year :) CHILLI MANGO Speaking of wearable art, let’s take you now to our funky Afro urban street wear whose...
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Otenge Accessories by Pauline Macharia interview with The Designers Studio Kenya
Need a pop of color in your everyday wardrobe – Otenge Accessories by Pauline Macharia
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Pauline Macharia is the brains behind the Otenge accessories. Created from recycled kitenge material, Pauline has established a brand with her trademark kitenge button earrings. Her journey to Otenge stemmed from a Communication and Social Education background. After campus, she...
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SALE- SALE- SALE- Happy Shopping! Get your hands on these designers and never look back
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We have been writing about some of these designers and what products they have to offer. If you have thought to yourself you would like to get your hands on some of them, look no further. From today, 25th to...
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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on the danger of a single story
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Our lives, our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories. Novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice -- and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or...
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