Ethical, directional, and African? Be still our beating wallets! New website Tribeur has launched and is home to some of the best fashion out there.
You’ll be able to browse through their contemporary fashion, vintage finds and ethical accessories in person at their pop-up store on June 14, at Goldbourne 50 in collab with sleepwear brand Tales of Thread.
It’s headed up by the ultra-glam Annelise who we’ve featured in TRUE Africa before.
The gorgeous Annelise shows us her favourite dance move 💃. She's behind new high fashion, vintage and ethical fashion brand @tribeur. Great launch last night with @talesofthread at bijou #africanart gallery @50golborneart. Go now to get your hands on @blushprincess sandals @lalesso kaftan @adeledejak jewellery. #africa #fashion #vintage #shoptribeur #africanstyle
Here are some of our favourite items from the collection.
A beautiful vintage Levis jacket has been customised with a portrait of the Mexican artist.
Summer is here and make sure your shoes show off your pedicure.
Made from upcycled Afghan dresses, these clutches are adorable and directional.
Be stylish in bed with Tales of Thread. The ethical brand ‘works with female owned/managed factories paying above market wages in safe working environments.’
Click to see a sexy low cut back.
Just one of the beautiful pieces on the site, this Adèle Dejak bracelet is made of reclaimed Ankole cow horn and 24 carat gold leaf.