TODAY ON FASHION: AKWETE, ITS LOOMING TECHNIQUES AND MOTIF PATTERNS

Many fabrics and prints are making headway in the African market all over the globe. Fabrics such as Ankara, Hollandaise, George and Lace are been associated to African culture and origin. However, little or no attention is given to our own traditional woven loom/fabric popularly known as Akwete, so today our major focus will be

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TODAY ON FASHION: HOW YOU CAN MAKE SUSTAINABILITY STYLISH

By Ezeodili E. Ekene The consumer stands as the biggest contributor to fashion waste, as they are basically control the business. Since no one wants to be wearing old clothes, or even outdated clothes for the rest of their lives, the need for throwing clothes away rises, and buying new clothes and this keeps this

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TODAY ON FASHION – FUN FACTS ABOUT THE FASHION INDUSTRY PT.2

“Fast fashion companies design clothes that fall apart quickly. They pursue a strategy called ‘Planned obsolescence’. This means to design garments to become unfashionable, wear out, lose shape or fall to pieces easily to force consumers to keep buying new clothes.” – Be Global Fashion Network “When natural fibers, like cotton, linen, and silk, or

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TODAY ON FASHION- FUN FACTS ABOUT THE FASHION INDUSTRY

“Approximately 7,000 liters of water are needed to produce one pair of jeans (the amount of water one individual drinks in 5-6 years).” – Sustainable Fashion Matterz “Eighty billion pieces of clothing are consumed globally every year.” – 1 Million Women  “Only 9 percent of Australian fashion brands pay their workers a living wage.” –

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TODAY ON FASHION – THE BEST WORK BAGS FOR WOMEN

By Ezeodili E. Ekene The best work bags can, of course, be different things to different people. Sometimes, they’re a little bit of everything at once: professional but not too stuffy, roomy enough to juggle gym sneakers and a laptop, and equipped with additional pockets to store the miscellany you don’t need but carry anyway

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