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Design and Metamorphosis: Larissa Muthoni tells her story and her brand Zamoyo [Part I] #TDSCity2CoastSeries
Design and Metamorphosis: Larissa Muthoni tells her story and her brand Zamoyo
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Larissa Muthoni is the founder and designer of the brand, Zamoyo. Conceived in 2002, legally registered in Tanzania in 2011 and registered in Kenya in 2012, Larissa started this brand out of a need to add more color to her...
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ADELE DEJAK #MyHeatBeatsAfrica Redefining African Identity.The leading luxury African accessories brand Adele Dejak recently launched the brand’s campaign #MyHeartBeatsAfrica on 7th May 2015. The campaign invites everyone to celebrate Africa’s extensive diversity, to embrace their African identity and share positive African vibes. It’s no wonder that as TDS, we are in full support.
ADELE DEJAK #MyHeatBeatsAfrica Redefining African Identity
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The leading luxury African accessories brand Adele Dejak recently launched the brand’s campaign #MyHeartBeatsAfrica on 7th May 2015. The campaign invites everyone to celebrate Africa’s extensive diversity, to embrace their African identity and share positive African vibes. It’s no wonder...
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Ogake Mosomi and her fashion journey [Part I]
Ogake Mosomi and her fashion journey [Part II]
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For Ogake, fashion was an easy natural choice for. She recalls her days in primary school when drawing was the name of the game. “Everyone drew, boys drew cars and the girls drew princess dresses. When everyone broke off I...
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What you see is what you feel - ALI LAMU
What you see is what you feel – ALI LAMU- Life and love
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There is just something about Lamu. Perhaps the time capsule feel of a city that has not changed or whose culture and architecture has not been overruled by modernization and industrialization, Lamu is an island filled with experiences and a...
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Adèle Dejak Unites Style and Substance
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The Adèle Dejak brand creates handmade fashion accessories for the "modern, sophisticated and multidimensional woman." Adèle Dejak is inspired by African shapes, textures and techniques to create the high fashion statement designs that are equally art pieces. "Work hard and...
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Doreen Mashika Zanzibar Africa Feature
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Doreen Mashika, nominated for Accessory Designer of the Year in Swahili Fashion Week 2013, was born and raised in Tanzania, studied and worked in Switzerland, and is now part 
of a growing homeward bound African diaspora. Inspired by a deep...
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IQUIRA- Wangari Kariuki- Environmental Health Officer on a fashion journey
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Wangari Kariuki, the Designer behind the brand Iquira, began her designing journey with one client; herself. Dissatisfied with what she saw in the market, she decided to make earrings for herself, bought the necessary supplies and began designing. After a...
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KAPOETA by Ambica Shah “Eco brand that recycles feathers into very alternative accessories”
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It all began with the fascination of the feather that brought Kapoeta into existence in 2010. After having travelled in India, studying in Spain, and living in Europe, Ambica Shah was introduced to fashion and trends especially the movement with...
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Mvoo the Jeweller “The dreams are crazy but that is who I am”
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Meeting Mvoo Wanje was an absolute pleasure. At 24, he is passionate, a visionary, a dreamer, a go-getter, a jeweller and extremely zen. He started his business in 2012, as a result of his frustrations in the design world. Trained...
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ZAMBARAU Accessories | Lover of Life and Art
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Maria Nyambura, the designer behind Zambarau is a lover of life (in a hippie kind of way) a tree hugger and a lover of beauty finding it everywhere she can around her.  A foodie, an artist and an architectural enthusiast...
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Zambarau: Editor’s Picks
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Having met with the delightful designer behind Zambarau, we have decided to show a sneak preview of some of our favorite pieces from her. Will be posting her interview this month to present to you fully the brains behind the...
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