8 bloggers, stylists and designers who are documenting and shaping African street style now.
Biker girls and medina swag, we chat with the North African ‘Andy Warhol’ Hassan Hajjaj.
With gorgeously textured fashion portraits and candid snaps of friends and locals, Martin Kharumwa paints a jubilant picture of creative life in Uganda.
Last week at #POSSIBLEConference people brought their fashion A-game! We’ve trawled the conference hashtag to share some of the stellar street style looks and photos created by delegates over the 2-day event.
After spending much of his adult life in America, Ima Mfon began to feel self-conscious about his blackness.
Want to see how Jozi parties? Chris Saunders’ exclusive photo essay of what went down at Back to the City.
Isigqi is Guinean-Swiss photographer Namsa Leuba’s photo diary shot whilst traveling through South Africa and Lesotho.
Based between the Netherlands and South Africa, Rhumaa is a new fashion label translating art prints into wearable garments.
Bring on pristine white shades with spatters of colour, chunky chokers and voluminous clean cuts. A lookbook for emerging designer Ulfah Davids.
Inspired by the film The Dreamers, the new AKJP AW16 lookbook lets us in to an art-filled sensual reverie.
The final part of our Milan Design Week mini series with Zelé Angelides and Makandal Schiess is a photo essay documenting the sights – large and small – of the city.
Over eight glorious days, Fausto Becatti photographed the magic that ensued during the 10th annual AfrikaBurn.
For the DKNY Be Desired campaign 4 photographers explored the urban jungles of Cape Town and Johannesburg. See Thina Zibi succulent shoot here.
As someone who’s been interested in the visual world from a young age, Lebogang Mokgoko took naturally to photography. Take a look at his colourful work.
For the DKNY Be Desired campaign 4 photographers explored the urban jungles and gardens of Cape Town and Johannesburg. See Torné Velk’s suburban high-drama images here.