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#YemziGirl Feature 13 (March) - Shakaila, Fashion Marketing Manager from London

Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

1. Hey Shakaila, please introduce yourself (including your age if you feel comfortable)

Credit:  Adaeze Ihebom

Credit:  Adaeze Ihebom

My name is Shakaila Forbes-Bell, I’m 23 years old born and raised in London. I am a PR & Marketing manager at a menswear brand. I have an undergraduate degree in Psychology from University College London and a one of the first people in the world to earn a Master’s degree in Psychology for Fashion Professionals from University of the Arts London. I am the founder and editor-in-chief of the blog Psychologyoffashion.co.uk

2. Tell us about the dream you are pursuing... 

It is my dream and goal to make my blog The Psychology of fashion the leading platform for news and research into Fashion Psychology. The blog has garnered a lot of attention in just a few months so I’m excited to see where I can take it. I have also written pieces about Fashion Psychology for All Walks Beyond the Catwalk and i-D and I hope to add more publications to my résumé soon!

Credit:  Adaeze Ihebom

Credit:  Adaeze Ihebom

3. Apart from following your dreams how do you stay fulfilled?

When I’m not working, or writing for Psychologyoffashion.co.uk I stay fulfilled with the help of my creative outlets which include attending dance classes as well as designing clothes and accessories. Frequenting the gym, praying, hanging out with friends/family and binge watching TV shows (my current obsession is Homeland!) are also things that keep me fulfilled because they help me to relax, stay balanced and stay grounded.

4. 3 things you love most about where you live?

I love the diversity of London! You get to meet and learn from people who have such a rich and cultured background. You can learn so much from just one interaction because everyone has a vastly different worldview.

I love all the amazing events that happen in London every week. Some of the great events I visited last year included the Black Women’s Conference, the Unmasked Women exhibition and the Fashion-Bytes panel discussion. It’s one of my New Year’s Resolutions to attend more events as you get to network with some seriously talent individuals.

Credit: Adaeze Ihebom

Credit: Adaeze Ihebom

I live on the outskirts of London so I love the fact that in the space of a 30-minute train journey I can leave my quiet, cosy and super friendly neighbourhood and enter the hustle-bustle and sometimes glamour of central London. It’s the best of both worlds.

5. What makes you a #YemziGirl?

I love to stay abreast with the latest fashion trends however I would never adopt a trend that doesn’t suit my personal aesthetic or my body type. So, I guess my ability to be “trend conscious but not trend led” makes me a #YemziGirl.

6. Do you have a favourite Yemzi piece?

I loved your profile on Sarah Sheppard her passion and her grind is so inspiring.

7. Are you more of a plain or printed type of girl?

I can’t decide. I am a fan of prints but they must be in the right places. I’m a curvy girl so I need to make sure that the prints I choose compliment instead of overpower my shape. I’m a fan of co-ordinating plain block colours as I think it makes a strong statement.

8. What's your star sign and does it reflect anything about you?

I’m a Taurus. I couldn’t really say if it reflects my personality because I remember having a Psychology lecture where they taught us about cold reading and how horoscopes are broad enough where people read it and think ‘omg that’s so me’ when in actuality, almost anyone could relate to it.

Credit:  Adaeze Ihebom

Credit:  Adaeze Ihebom

9. Top 3 well-being tips? 

  • 1. Meditate: I try to find 10 minutes a day to practice mindfulness with my Headspace app. I have published a piece on my blog about the amazing benefits of mindfulness, it really helps you to stay in the moment and stop worry about things outside of your control, I highly recommend it.

  • 2. Drink Water: Healthy Body, Healthy Skin, Healthy Mind

  • 3. Do not be intimidated: Starting something new can be scary. It’s even more scary when you’re doing something like blogging which is so saturated right now. I used to worry about how I would stand out from the crowd until I realised that I was focusing on the wrong things. I now focus on producing informative content that I enjoy creating because when you like something it shows and someone somewhere will like it too.

10. And finally, what's your favourite quote?

When they go low, we go high” – Michele Obama

Stay connectee to Shakaila here:

Blog: Psychologyoffashion.co.uk

Instagram: @psychologyoffashion

Twitter: @psychoffash

Facebook: The Psychology of Fashion

#YemziGirl Feature 12 (Feb) - Jenny B, Artist from London

Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

Hey Jenny, please introduce yourself...

My name is Jenny B Musungay; I’m a Visual Artist based in West London.

I’ve been creating since the age of 7. Fine Art is my background; but I studied Graphic Design at the University of Westminster. My Artworks consists of photography, old magazines, newspaper and Acrylic/Oil paints. Mix Media.

Jenny B Artist

 

Tell us about the dream you are pursuing... 

I’m living one of my dreams, and that is creating; my stories through paintings/mixed media. I would like to think that my Art can create a form of consciousness to the viewers; whether it be about the world we live in; the physical form or/and the spiritual: an awakening.

I am very grateful that I have been able to exhibit my Art works in some of London’s prestigious galleries, and the opportunity to go Amsterdam and exhibit at the Beurs Van Berlage. Travelling and showcasing my Art has always been in the cards for me.

In the long term; I dream of opening a orphanage and school in the Motherland; Democratic Republic of Congo, Kinshasa (the capital, my birth place). The school will solely be for the Arts; I believe that it is important for children to express themselves freely and openly, and Art provides that. It’s a Truth; it’s the answer.  Creation is Art; Art is Love and Love is God. Namaste.

 

Apart from following your dreams how do you stay fulfilled?

Imagination. My imagination. If I’m not painting or doing Digital Art, I am writing, writing poetry. It is in my character to be creative. I guess I am full of emotions; love mostly. I am passionately emotional (If that makes sense lol). And I am very inquisitive…

Jenny B Art

3 things you love most about where you live?

3 things I love about London:

-       The Art scene is good.

-       The fact that it is very multicultural

-       And I guess the underground Music scene is good too. Overall the talent here is phenomenal.

 

What makes you a #YemziGirl?

Creativity, Passion, Confidence and Character = YemziGirl

I guess we have a lot in common huh, lol.

Jenny B's artwork

 Do you have a favourite Yemzi piece?

There are so many Yemzi pieces I like but of course I have a favourite; and that’s the matching Silk Boyfriend Shorts and Silk Sports Trim Sweater.

I have a tomboyish style so these pieces best describes my character I guess.

Jenny B's favourite Yemzi look

Jenny B's favourite Yemzi look

Are you more of a plain or printed type of girl?

I like both plain and prints; it really depends on how I’m feeling at that moment. I dress to fit my mood.

 

What's your star sign and does it reflect anything about you?

My star sign is a Scorpio. To some degree I think it does; I mean, the part about the Scorpion being passionate and somewhat sensual is very correct.

 

Your top 3 natural beauty tips? 

1. I use coconut oil for my hair and skin.

2. Exfoliate to rejuvenate skin

3. Drink lots of water daily to flush out toxins

 

And finally, what's your favourite quote?

“ Imagination is more important than knowledge” - Albert Einstien. And I understand why he says that.

Jenny B Artist in front of her work

Website: www.jennybmusungay.co.uk

 

Connect with me: Twitter @jennybm_artist

                                Instagram @jennybm_artist

Facebook (For events etc):

 https://www.facebook.com/jennybmArtist

You can find my spoken word here:

https://soundcloud.com/user90386185

 

Cold Feels from Berlin Fashion Week

Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

For Berlin Fashion Week Yemzi took a temporary home at BRIGHT tradeshow in Berlin. We had the pleasure of spreading our silk goodness from Belgium across borders to neighbouring Germany. If you are following us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram you will know that we are currently on travels outside of our London home.

Amongst meeting stores, press, customers and other brands we met local photographer Bernd-jan Overbosch and wasted no time arranging a shoot with his Russian-America model friend Daniel Statmun,

The outcome of the shoot is captivating and gives us cool feels...

YEMZI BERLIN
YEMZI MALE MODEL BERLIN
YEMZI FASHION SHOOT
YEMZI BERLIN FASHION SHOOT
YEMZI JAN FEB SHOOT

Photographer: SurvivingBerlin

Model: Daniel Statmun

Silk Satin Sports-Trim Jumper available here

'Down And Out' Fashion Story

Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

As a continuation of the SS17 collection, 'Down And Out In London and Lagos,' I decided to manifest a fashion editorial with a similar vibe. Yemzi is all about the fusion of West African and European cultures but here the focus is on the down and out millennial girl in London.

What is Down and Out? If you have been following the interviews and press release for the latest collection you'll know that I am referencing George Orwell's most famous book. There is a huge contrast between the dirty kitchens and the upper-class  Parisian customers waiting to be served, the same way fashion has a stunning facade which often hides some dark truths. Sweat shops, pollution, anorexia? For me as a designer it was the struggle of balancing commitments (rent, Masters degree, social life) whilst trying to build the Yemzi world. I want to present desired final pieces of clothing and fashion images to match (much like Orwell's protagonist with food) but to achieve this single-handily one must face many challenges.

As I look through Simbasphere's images to select the ones which make the photoset I think about the story and the struggle of these young characters. She's a teen in Dalston, which has had huge renovation the past year but her backdrop is gritty. Is she making money on the streets? There's one image which i chose for the BRIGHT tradeshow poster where Kaede has her jacket held open with a serious face as if she means business. The shoot almost included a baby. Would it appear to one of the models and express another kind of struggle? 

I've been playing with the idea, and created some mock-up's of a 'Down and Out' graphic to adorn a range a clothing. This visual has to be emotionally ambitious. Down and out in the slums and or down and out on a high. Having the artwork open to the interpretation of wearers and viewers is important to me as both are real and I don't want my work to focus on the negative and I am too much of a realist for it to be purely positive. 

Maybe this graphic will see light of day with my next drop. For now please enjoy the latest photoset with thanks to the team, credited at the end, who made this happen on location despite the winter weathers frosty grip.

Bomber Jacket, Silk Open Tank Top, Lenzing Modal Leggings under Silk Trousers

Bomber Jacket, Silk Open Tank Top, Lenzing Modal Leggings under Silk Trousers

YEMZI SS17 DOWN AND OUT
YEMZI SS17 DOWN AND OUT STORY
Silk Cropped Jumper, Silk Pleat Skirt // Silk Babydoll

Silk Cropped Jumper, Silk Pleat Skirt // Silk Babydoll

Lenzing modal Long Sleeve Crop Top, Silk Dungarees

Lenzing modal Long Sleeve Crop Top, Silk Dungarees

Silk Flounce Top, Silk Joggers   Credits: Clothing: Yemzi SS17 Collection styled by Mpona Lebajoa, shot by Simbasphere MUA: Chantelle Phillips // Hairdresser: Zateesha Barbour Models Kaede, Amber // Casting and Direction: Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

Silk Flounce Top, Silk Joggers

 

Credits:

Clothing: Yemzi SS17 Collection styled by Mpona Lebajoa, shot by Simbasphere
MUA: Chantelle Phillips // Hairdresser: Zateesha Barbour
Models Kaede, Amber // Casting and Direction: Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

#YemziGirl Feature 11 (Jan) - Bianca Brown, Make-up Artist from NYC

Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

Happy New Year! It's the first Sunday of a new month which means we present to you a fresh #YemziGil with style, ambition and talent. For January the spotlight is on our girl Bianca Brown aka Binky! Lets get straight into it...

Bianca Brown wearing Yemzi SS17 cropped sports trim silk jumper

Bianca Brown wearing Yemzi SS17 cropped sports trim silk jumper

 

What's your hustle and what's dope about it? 

As a makeup artist I'm constantly working with multiple talented people in collaborative projects for television, film,  music video's, magazines, campaigns and look books in NYC. The internet has opened up so many people to connect and new business owners. I explore individuals who speak from their soul, I've starting a blog to feature the stories behind the products that talent creates. Highlighting imperfections and making them I'm Perfection moments.

Work from B's portfolio

Work from B's portfolio

 What do you get up to for fun?

Since I'm a NYC resident I enjoy the festivals in NY/street fairs in the summer and also amusement parks, a roller coaster ride will always put a smile on my face.

Work from B's portfolio

Work from B's portfolio

 

3 things you love most about your city?

Architecture, restaurants and the great music heard on the subways

 

Work from B's portfolio

Work from B's portfolio

What makes you a Yemzi girl?

Because I have a story and a love of all things beauty

 

What's your favourite Yemzi piece?

The shirtdress, it's like a long robe with lots of volume when walking, I enjoy the movement and flow.

Bianca Brown wearing Yemzi SS17 silk shirtdress

Bianca Brown wearing Yemzi SS17 silk shirtdress

 

Are you more of a plain or printed type of girl?

Prints

 

8. What's your star sign and does it reflect anything about you?

Libra, I Believe in Balance

Work from B's portfolio

Work from B's portfolio

 

9. Top 3 natural beauty tips?

1) Turmeric and yogurt mix for bright skin

2) Lemon on the skin for even skin tone and oily skin

3) Lip gloss, mascara and a smile, never leave home without it

 

10. And finally, what's your favourite quote?

Energy is Beauty

 

IG - @bbrownmua

Blog - Binky's Diary

#YemziGirl Feature 10 (December) - ShaSha of Uniquely Wired, 31, from Bedford–Stuyvesant in Brooklyn

Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

It's hard to believe that not only is it December already but I'm also introducing our 10th Yemzi Girl feature! During my trip to New York in May I met ShaSha aka M'Shari whilst exploring Brooklyn under the beaming sun rays. I spotted her perched on a bench on a busy high street doing some kind of craftwork. I asked my friends if I should approach this interesting look character with an afro and cooper at hand. I was so pleased that I did after Sha told me all about her amazing work, the research process and clientele. Gaining an understanding of each other and a mutual appreciate of the arts and African, Sha recommended some cool places to visit such as the BAM Dance Africa festival where I met Binky

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Yemzi CEO Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade X HOKK Fabrica - 24 Hours With Her: 充滿幹勁的奇女子!倫敦街頭品牌設計師Elizabeth的一天是這樣…

Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

YEMZI HOKK FABRIC 24 HOURS

 

Ever wondered what 24 hours in the life of a fashion designer is like? Well I can assure you that no two days are the same! Read here on HOKK Fabrica to see what I got up to one day this month.

Binky's (New York) Diary x Yemzi SS17 Interview

Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

Bianca Brown captured by photographer nothingstilldreams

Bianca Brown captured by photographer nothingstilldreams

Extract: 'Designer and creative director of Yemzi Elizabeth “Yemzi” Akingbade, and I meet on a midsummer’s day at BAM’S African festival, this event brought so many vibrant people together on that light summer’s day. As I meet her in person the bright color print harem pants with a touch of sportswear in silk drew me to her design card and she took a picture. I was immediately interested in her clothing design and the woman who brought Africa'...read more of my interview with Bianca Brown here

Bianca Brown captured by photographer nothingstilldreams

Bianca Brown captured by photographer nothingstilldreams

#YemziGirl Feature 8 (Oct) - Amina, Intimates Designer and Visual Merchandiser, Essex

Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

Good Morning! It's the first Sunday of the month which means it's time to meet a another amazing Yemzi Girl! Meet Amina, one of the dopest girls we know! She runs Shadow Intimates, a intimates and accessories range. Scroll to get to know...

Amina, CEO of Shadow Intimates *fire emojis*

Amina, CEO of Shadow Intimates *fire emojis*

1. Hey Amina,  please introduce yourself

Hey hey!

Firstly can I say I'm super humbled to be a Yemzi girl! Yasssssss!

I'm Amina Martucci, I'm 26 years old and currently living in Essex. I am CEO and head designer for a brand called Shadow Intimates specialising in fashion lingerie and accessories.

Shadow babes backstage

Shadow babes backstage

3. What do you get up to for fun?

Tinder…. (I'm joking)

Reading memes, dog videos, indulging on salty foods and drinking red wine.

 

4. 3 thing do you love most about your city?

The main reason why I love London so much is because it is so diverse, It’s the only city where I can feel completely comfortable.

(Amina, what about our trip to NYC haha)

Amina in NYC rocking a long Yemzi kimono

Amina in NYC rocking a long Yemzi kimono

5. What makes you a Yemzi girl?

The sass <3

 

6. What's your favourite Yemzi piece?

The long silk kimono! Its so beautiful! *heart emoji eyes*

 

Intimates babes

Intimates babes

7. Are you more of a plain or printed type of girl?

I’m more of a plain girl as the only colour I ever wear is black lol. But I love a mix of both! It just depends on my mood.

Amina rocking the Yemzi SS17 playsuit

Amina rocking the Yemzi SS17 playsuit

 

8. Star sign?

Leo

 

9. Top 3 natural beauty tips?

1. Laugh

2. Surround yourself with positive and supporting family and friends!

3. Red wine.

Slaying

Slaying

10. And finally, what's your favourite quote?

“I don't fight my enemies anymore, I hack them.”– Joanne the scammer

Intimate babe

Intimate babe

#YemziGirl Feature 7 (Sep) - Ivy, PR Junior Account Manager & Brand Consultant, London

Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

The first Sunday of September is here already! Wow, I guess that makes this the last Yemzi Girl feature of summer 16. We've known Ivy for about a year now, she styled the SS16 campaign shots (the green leafy images taken by Cara-May in Barbican). Let's learn more about this super chick...

The gorgeous Ivy, YemziGirl September '16

The gorgeous Ivy, YemziGirl September '16

1. Hey Ivy,  please introduce yourself including your age

I'm a 20 something year old living in London. I do your bog standard 9-5 Monday - Friday and then freelance on the weekend as a fashion stylist and brand consultant.

 

2. What's your hustle and what's dope about it? 

I love being creative! I studied fashion and textile design at 6th form, college and then university and I've been freelancing as a stylist and creative consultant (to newer brands) since graduating from uni. Although designing is my number one love, styling is another way for me to express my creativity and bring my ideas to life.

 

3. What do you get up to for fun?

I love to organise. I love an organised mess (as long as it’s my organised mess!). I wouldn't call it fun per say but definitely in my spare time I love to organise my shit - it's therapeutic.

 

4. What 3 thing do you love most about your city?

I'm a London girl. I don't think I've ever heard of another city being quite as diverse as London. I love the mix of ethnicity, the different cultures and the food.

ivy yemzigirl september

 

5. What makes you a Yemzi girl?

I'm quite a chilled person most of the times, so I would say that my clothes and the outfits that I wear definitely represent the mood that I'm in on that particular day. YEMZI's pieces look very comfortable and laid back - I could see myself rocking the black and white crop top with the leggings for a day styling on set.

 

6. What's your favourite Yemzi piece?

I really like the YEMZI green silk playsuit but for an everyday look I’d happily wear the classic silk kimono.

 

7. Are you more of a plain or printed type of girl?

Oo that's a tough one...a bit of both? Oh who I am kidding! I love a bit of print (I'm queen of the mix n' match!)

IVY YEMZIGIRL

8. Yemzi Black Label or Yemzi Gold Collection? 

Sagittarian. The most fun loving HONEST & LOYAL sign out there. We keep it real! :)

 

9. Top 3 natural beauty tips?

  • If all else fails you gotta make sure your lashes are in point. I'm not a massive make-up wearer myself but when I do put some slap on it’s usually my eyes that I focus on the most.
  • Second tip 1tip - always wash your make-up off. Sleeping with your make-up on is not only unhygienic its just damn right nasty!
  • Third beauty tip - don't buy into all these gimmicky skincare products from the big brands, especially for African/Caribbean and mixed race skin, all we really need is some water to cleanse and shea butter to moisturise!
Our girl Ivy looking radiant on set, jheeze look at that clear fresh skin #flawless

Our girl Ivy looking radiant on set, jheeze look at that clear fresh skin #flawless

 

10. And finally, what's your favourite quote?

Black Wall Street was once a reality. Let’s use our past to help us improve the future for the next generation!

 

IG & Twitter - @loveivyscarlett

Website - www.ivyscarlettstylist.co.uk

#YemziGirl Feature 6 (August) - Sarah, Dancer from Bournemouth, Dorset

Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

For the first Sunday of August we bring you dancer Sarah! She's been #TeamYemzi since our AYAO capsule collection (2014) and we even named a pieces from our SS16 range after herRead on...

1. Hey Sarah,  please introduce yourself

Hi I'm Sarah Sheppard. I'm a British Zimbabwean, living in Bournemouth, England. I'm twenty four and currently working in marketing however my biggest dream is to be a professional dancer. Unfortunately last March, I sustained tendon damage to my right ankle, I was lucky it was not a break as that would have been ruinous to a future path in dancing. Coming that close to having a dream taken away from you, has really shown me you have to act now! Run for your dreams and catch them, and make it happen for yourself now because you never know what's around the corner with life.

Sarah throwing shapes in Yemzi AYAO. Picture taken by Cara-May

Sarah throwing shapes in Yemzi AYAO. Picture taken by Cara-May

 

2. What's your main hustle and what's dope about it?

I've not let go of my passion with dance, by putting myself out there through networking, going to events and auditions, I've been able to branch into alternative lines of work, having the pleasure to work alongside inspiring creative minds. I've danced at summer music festivals, in fashion and music videos. This has been a great start to my story and I'm excited for what's ahead.

 

3. What do you get up to for fun?

I love to just vibes with music and dance around at home, I really enjoy Photography and Creative Design. I have a strong focus in body conditioning so I love researching fitness and nutrition further. I also love being outside, exploring new locations and taking in the beauty of nature. I've recently taken up Freelance Modelling and boxing in my spare time.

 

4. What 3 thing do you love most about your city?

In Bournemouth we have ten miles of sandy beach, it's a great place to chill and take time out of a busy day. I love the street performers we have performing throughout the year. And also the diversity of people we have that come into Bournemouth.

 

5. What makes you a Yemzi girl?

I believe my drive, determination and will power, empathy towards the conditions of the world n the people who here and self made happiness make me a Yemzi girl.

 

6. What's your favourite Yemzi piece?

Sarah's favourite look, Yemzi SS16 Look 11

Sarah's favourite look, Yemzi SS16 Look 11

This was a tough one but I'm going with SS16 Collection Look11, as this is my favourite colour print, and I love the look especially on a cute zip tracksuit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Are you more of a plain or printed type of girl?

To be honest, I'm both! I love the style and cuts of each garment, I think Yemzi has brought character to her collection. You can see Yemzi is a natural at fashion design, the work she continues to produce is phenomenal.

 

8. Yemzi Black Label or Yemzi Gold Collection?

Yemzi Black is ideal for chilling day wear, and Yemzi Gold is perfect for any going out trips when meeting friends or having a meal and drink. I would even blend both plain and printed designs together especially with the Yemzi Black Label. But I would say Yemzi Gold Collection.

Yemzi SS16 Sarah joggers

Yemzi SS16 Sarah joggers

 

9. Top 3 natural beauty tips?

My three beauty tips are;

  • Use cold water for washing your face.
  • Eat well - regularly and smallish portions. I aim to eat five times a day.
  • Drink fresh teas like lemon or lime and honey, fresh ginger and water beverages either plain water or fruit infused combinations.
Sarah modelling the AYAO collection

Sarah modelling the AYAO collection

 

10. And finally, what's your favourite quote?

An old Cherokee told his grandson, "My son, there is a battle of two wolves inside us all. One is Evil. It is anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, inferiority, lies and ego. The other is Good. It is joy, peace, love, hope, humility, kindness, empathy and truth. The boy thought about it and asked, "Grandfather, which wolf wins?" The man replied quietly, "The one you feed."

 

IG: @sahara_shep

Summer Update

Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

Hey guys,

I thought I'd take this new month as an opportunity to update you on what we've been up to and what we've got in the pipeline±

We stepped into summer with the Royal Runway showcase at Space, Mare Street on 30th April

 image by pagy wicks
 image by pagy wicks
 image by pagy wicks

Maybe 30 is our special number, It went down in Germany on the last day of June for Berlin Fashion Week, at the District Six store

Yemzi Africa Fashion Now Berlin

Vibes On The Roof lived up to the name at Dalston Roof Park July 7th...

JJ BOLA VOTR
GUESTS VOTR
GA;S VOTR YEMZI
NEW AGE MUZIK VOTR YEMZI
VOTR GRIMEDAILY PRESENTER YEMZI
POE VOTR
NEWAGEMUZIK VOTR YEMZI
VOTR GALS YEMZI
VOTR YEMZI

#VOTR was an opportunity was curated to bring the urban East London and cosmopolitan vibes found across African cities on one roof, and to celebrate the launch of our Yemzi.com e-store!

Yemzi e-store open

Next Up...

We are excited to confirm we will be showing at Nigeria Independence Fashion Show on October 1st!

 

Our new SS17 collection drops next month so watch this space! 

 

Fashion Africa Now // Berlin // 30.06.16

Elizabeth-Yemi Akingbade

Fashion Africa Now

Our Gold Label collection will be available on 30th June at The District Six Store in Berlin, Germany. The pop-up sees Africa Fashion Day Berlin relaunching as Fashion Africa Now and is set to be a key fashion event, scheduled in Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin's calendar.

Here is your invitation.

More info & registration: hello@fashionafricanow.com