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We are the 'Catsu Street'. Three black girls, a lot of fashion, art and a camera. 'Catsu' is an abbreviation of Catarina and Suyane, the founders of the project. Suyane has always loved the fashion world, and had started working as a stylist when she met photographer Catarina. After falling for Catarina's visual eye, the two began to collaborate often - and it was around this time that 'Catsu Street' was born. The mission: Show a different perspective of Brazilian…Continue
Take a look at the Karabela collection, the spring/summer line from fashion house Kréyol. Led by designer Joelle Jean-Fontaine, Kréyol's mission is to "enlighten, educate and empower by utilizing fashion to increase awareness of social causes affecting people domestically and abroad". The new collection, a collaboration with Nineteenth Amendment (the online platform for independent designers), includes "ruffled detailed dresses with bouffant…Continue
Here is this week's Mokshini fashion illustration. Meet Justa, founder of Curious On Tanzania. A cool, simple, contemporary ensemble with an afrocentric twist.
By Nadeesha Godamunne, AFROPUNK Contributor…
Meet the Hot Pente Twins: Journalist Neomisia Silvestre and personal stylist Thaiane Almeida - two black Brazilian women who are taking over the Hip Hop party scene in São Paulo, Brazil. Their popular hip-hop party, 'Hot Pente' (meaning 'Hot Comb), brings hip-hop, fashion, graffiti and street dance to the metropolitan city; bringing together new and renowned artists of the movement. The "…Continue