There's vibe thats quirky, artsy. The vibe of hipters in thier own rights. There's an inspired movement of millenials condemned to rise above. A movement unabashed to show who they really are. This our Nigerian culture is expansive, let's be... Continue Reading →
NOTSOPOPKULTURE is appraising Fashion in Chad as they celebrate their 56th year of independence today, 11th August, 2016. Republic of Chad is a landlocked country in northern Central Africa. It is bordered by Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, the Central... Continue Reading →
Picture: COLLECTION: 'Zaouli' by Ivorian designer Loza Maléombho (Spring/Summer 2016) Abidjan,the largest city of Cote d'Ivoire ( Ivory Coast), has always been a mecca of fashion in Africa. Even though for the last 10 years, the fashion activities have slowed... Continue Reading →
Niger Republic celebrates her 56th year of independence today 3rd August. NOTSOPOPKULTURE sends our warm Regards. The Nigerien Fashion scene boast of a colourful and dramatic splendour. The surrounding desert inspires craft makers and designers as they create garments that... Continue Reading →
NOTSOPOPKULTURE is kicking off an appraisal of the fashion industry in several African Countries as they celebrate their independence. NSPK would be highlighting the laudable fashion achievers and exploits in these countries, as we try to encourage the "Buy African"... Continue Reading →
Larose Paris and Post-Imperial has created probably one of the best Adire menswear collections to date. Larose Paris x Post-Imperial used the Adire methods developed by the Yoruba people of Southwest Nigeria commissioning an artist to hand-paint and dye cassava... Continue Reading →
WÜD started with a simple question "Can a product be sustainable, connected with nature, and modern?" To answer that question, we sourced some of the most sustainable and beautiful handcrafted wood accessories in the world--products that embody timeless elegance. WÜD's... Continue Reading →
2ManySiblings are the Kenyan brother and sister duo of Velma Rossa and Papa Petit. The duo tell tales about Kenyan culture and reality by combining peculiar style options with reflective backdrop locations.