Adire Oodua Textile Hub

Adire Oodua Textile Hub is a charity arm of Africa Fashion Week London.It is our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project in Africa. The Adire Oodua Hub is an educational resource and facility dedicated to the preservation of traditional Adire textile manufacturing techniques.The Hub raises awareness and understanding of the sustainability of Adire production through creative […]

Agreement with UK

AFWL MENTORING PROGRAMBlack fashion students are being prepared to overcome the systemic barriers that cause leading black fashion designers to be under-represented in the UK fashion industry. The University of Northampton Fashion department has partnered with the organization of Africa Fashion Week London to provide graduates with in-person training and masterclasses from some of the […]

Agreement with FEAFRO

AFW agreement arrives in Brazil through businesswoman Silvana Saraiva whoholds the patent for holding the event in the country and has been working for17 years in the bilateral promotion between Brazil and Africa carrying out theFEAFRO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS FAIR and in the presidency of the Chamberof Commerce Brazil Africa Cedeao FEAFRO. With its know-how inFEAFRO […]

Nigeria Foundation

A few years after the London event, there was an influx of emerging African designers who were very creative and wanted to expose themselves in London but couldn’t get the financial backing, so we created a sister platform called Africa Fashion Week Nigeria. It is now in its 8th year and is a phenomenal platform […]

London Foundation

London: First African Fashion Week London took place on the 5th and 6th of August 2011 at Gibson Hall in London. The hype, the conversation, the excitement created was worth it, as if the pressure was going to be the first of many, I’m sure, expectations were high, but overall, apart from a few problems […]