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 INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL FOR FASHION IN AFRICA, 11th EDITION

 

Africites Marrakech 2018 Visuel

 

Metis Insights will attend the 11th edition of FIMA, the International Festival for Fashion in Africa. Celebrating its 20th anniversary in the Moroccan city of Dakhla, this edition will intertwine contemporary and African art while revolving around its core values of culture and African integration.

 

WHO'S NEXT 2018 : AFRICA STREET, DOING FASHION BUSINESS WITH AND IN AFRICA

 

Who's Next 2018 Africa Street Visuel

 

Metis Insights was at the Who's Next 2018 trade fair. Afrovibes Je Swi kindly filmed a glimpse of the event which gathers the Fashion industry professionals and whose theme for this September 2018 edition was Africa Street.

 

STÉPHANIE PRINET MOROU, A BORN OPTIMIST

By: Marielle Cro, read the article on the page 15 of the 576th number of Amina Mag, April 2018 issue.

 

 

Couverture Amina Mag n°576 Avril 2018Stephanie Prinet Morou, une optimiste nee Article Amina Mag

 

 

"In this contemporaneously decorated café, slick yet warmly, she appears, lightful. This businesswoman, founder of Metis Insights, shares with us her unfiltered lifestory. Listening to her, we feel that along her pathway all signals constantly were on green. Meeting."

 

"RETURNEES", THOSE PRODIGAL DAUGHTERS BACK IN AFRICA

By: Dalila Kerchouche, on November the 26th 2017, read it online on Le Figaro Madame.

 

Les Repats, article Le Figaro Madame Visuel

 

"In the fashion of the Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie heroines, there is more and more graduated, African diaspora descendent women to go and take action on their parents' continent. Their ambition ? To bring along their expertise, to go along with the dynamism, no longer to be a quota…"

 

 

GALERIES 54 - A DIGITAL PAN AFRICAN PLATFORM FOR FASHION AND DESIGN

By : Claude Grunitzky, published on February the 7th 2017, read it onligne on True Africa.

 

Article Galeries 54 True Africa Visuel

 

"The continually morphing ambitions focusing on how best to export African creativity have centered on finding European and American marketplaces that might be receptive to African fashion and design. Few have thought of novel ways to leverage the possibilities around e-commerce in order to bring high-end African and Afro-diaspora products to the continent itself."

 

THE FRANCOPHONE AFRICA IN SEARCH OF ITS LABELS

By: Patricia Coignard, published on July the 26th 2016, read it on page 88 of the 36th, July/August edition of Forbes Afrique.

Forbes Afrique n°36 Juillet-Aout 2016

 

Forbes Afrique n°36 Juillet-Aout 2016L'Afrique Francophone cherche ses marques, Forbes Afrique n°36 Juillet-Aout 2016L'Afrique Francophone cherche ses marques, Forbes Afrique n°36 Juillet Aout 2016

 

 

"Out-and-about stylists rarely come out of Fashion schools. Those createurs build their path alone or with a hand of specialized consultants. Their shared goal: to contribute to implement the concept of Ready-to-Wear - but Made in Africa - and to structure the job market. Investigation."

 

 

Please find more Metis Insights press releases and publications below:

 

  1. Natural hair products, battle flag of the Afro
  2. The Iman Skin Tone Evener BB Cream
  3. The 3rd millennium will be African
  4. Skincare: Tinted or not
  5. Formaldehyde, Act III
  6. BB TRENDS CONFERENCE: What black and colored women want ?
  7. Transsexual model Lea T. was on ELLE Brazil cover.
  8. NATURA officially opens its concept store doors to the public.
  9. The naked truth about beauty influences around the world.
  10. Fashion as a development relay for Africa, and India as a source of growth for the African fashion.
  11. New urban lifestyle of the African golden youth, the beauty treatments take precedence over home care.
  12. Le Lisse, nouvel’ « Hair »(GB)
  13. Black Beauty Fair, Abidjan, Ivory Coast: a look back on the first edition

 

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