Beyonce Unveils New Ivy Park X Adidas Collection; DRIP 2, Dropping October 30.

Beyoncé Unveils Her New #IvyPark X #Adidas Campaign; DRIP 2, Dropping On The 30th Of October.

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The Latest Pieces From The Collection, Include cycling shorts, Sweat Suits, Cropped Hoodies, Flared Track Pants, Structured blazers, Bodysuits, And More.

Image Credit @weareivypark

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Shudufhadzo Musida Wins The 62nd Edition Of The Miss South Africa Pageant.

Congratulations To Miss Shudufhadzo @shudufhadzomusida, On Winning The 62nd Edition Of The Miss South Africa Pageant. #MissSouthAfrica2020

The Show Which Was Hosted By Nomzamo Mbatha; @nomzamo_m, Took Place On October 24, At The Table Bay Hotel In Cape Town.

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5 African Fashion Brands You Need To Know About

 There is a lot of beauty in African fashion.

A model posing in a pink dress.
Imane Ayissi Couture AW 20-21, Kaba dress

African designers are not new in the fashion industry. They have been showcasing their wonderful designs both on the international scene and in the motherland. While some choose to put African designers in a box, African fashion is far from monolithic.

Through each garment, these designers make sure to represent their style and culture. And so whether you are looking for more designers to shop from or looking to expand your knowledge of African designers, we've got the list just for you. 

1. Andrea Iyamah
Founded by Nigerian fashion designer Dumebi Iyamah, Andrea Iyamah specializes in resort wear and ready-to-wear dresses. This brand features bold colours that will make you stand out whether you wear their dresses on a night out or wear their swimsuits on vacation

A model posing. She is wearing a big orange hat and an orange swimsuit.
Andrea Iyamah, SS20 Campaign, Kari Orange High Waist Bikini

2. Karidja & Khadija
Hand-made in Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire, Karidja & Khadija specialises in accessories. The brand draws its inspiration from African sculptural art, nature and women. If you love classic yet contemporary accessories, this is the brand just for you.

A model wearing gold earrings.
Karidja & Khadija, Okou Golden Bronze Clip Earrings

3. Tongoro
Designed and made in Dakar, Senegal, Tongoro was founded by Sarah Diouf. The brand sources it's materials all over Africa and works with local tailors to produce its apparel and contribute to the development of Western Africa.  

Tongoro, Jambaal Jumpsuit

4. Hanifa
Founded by Congolese fashion designer Anifa Mvuemba, Hanifa is a brand that provides women of all sizes ready-to-wear luxurious pieces. Its recent collection, Pink Label Congo, was inspired by the beauty and pain that is lives in The Democratic Republic of Congo.

A mannequin standing on a beach wearing a dress with a white, blue and green pattern.
Hanifa, Pink Label Congo Collection, MÁI Maxi Dress

5. Rich Mnisi 
Based in South African, Rich Mnisi was founded by fashion designer Rich Mnisi. This brand features contemporary pieces inspired by Africa and beyond. Its pieces are not only tailored for women, but for men as well. 

A male and female model posing in a river.
Rich Mnisi, Hiya Kiya '21 Collection

Which fashion brand will you be buying from?
Tell us in the comments below.

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TSH Celebrity Style File - How To Style Your Sneakers, Featuring Regina Daniels.

Dress Your Sneakers Up With A Midi Skirt, Or A Knee Length Skirt, Or Pair Them With Wide-Leg Trousers For A Street Style Look.

For A Professional Look, Pair Your Sneakers With A Blazer. 

Check Out How @regina.daniels Styled Her Sneakers In 5 Ways!

Which One Is Your Favorite Styling?

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 #TSHStyleMe Edition - Slay Or Nay?

See How @nzggai_ Styled This Long Belted Jumpsuit By #Zara.

The Jumpsuit Currently Retails For €49.95 (N22,000).

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Slay Or Nay?

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