African fashion is booming but why do we still aspire to foreign designers? Claude spoke to a designer, an investor and an entrepreneur about how to get Africans buying ‘Made in Africa’.
Moses Turahirwa, the designer and creative director behind the Rwandan high fashion brand Moshions.
Zaid Osman, an entrepreneur behind the South African streetwear brand Grade Africa. They manufacture in Africa.
Roberta Annan from Ghana founded the Impact Fund for African Creatives (IFFAC) and the African Fashion Foundation which puts money into companies run by African fashion designers.
You can listen to the episode in French and in Portuguese.
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