Looking back, one of the several highlights of 2012 for this young player in the fashion industry was being featured on the respected Eco-Age sustainable lifestyle blog, run by Livia Firth, the Queen of the Green Carpet and a huge advocate of ethical fashion. Georgie Wells of the Ethical Fashion Forum took part in the Fru-Gal (wear-sustainable-fashion-for-a-week) Challenge in November, and we were thrilled to see Sapellé products featuring quite prominently during her week. We spotted recycled metal and paper accessories from Kenyan label Embody and Ugandan label Nakate, and Georgie proved what we’ve known all along, that bold print stands up great against an urban backdrop – in the middle of winter (Hello?) with her Modahnik wax print dress. She also wore one of our best sellers, a silk chiffon classic tank top with beautiful collar detailing from Kamondi Couture, both fairly-traded.
Georgie Wells et les Créateurs Africains
La marque Nakate mise en avant ici comme un détail subtil qui se démarque.
Georgie Wells définit le chic et l’élégance avec cette robe de Modahnik et des bijoux signés Embody
Le petit chemisier noir en mousseline de chez Kamondi Couture a trouvé ses fans, c’est mignon et chic
Contributors: Daphne Kasambala, Gisele Nikobahoze