Today's post is spotlights a brand close to my heart because it was founded by a childhood friend
Designer: Sarah Divine Garba
The inspiration for the 2015 capsule comes from the late 50s cinched waistlines and early 60s shifts against a backdrop of a rusty blush metal door. Muto which is the Douala word for woman was an index of my state of mind while designing the garments; This collection is a woven tale of a woman crippled by old beliefs and customs prescribed to her by her family and society. Her first step out of her fears, follows endless opportunities to not just enhance her lifestyle but that of her community as well.
Dinene has been on a roll lately...With features in Elle South Africa, Bella Naija and Refashion Africa.
Read more of the Rafashion Africa interview here
To find out more about Maison d’Afie, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.maisondafie.com
Thumbs up to Di & Maison D'Afie Keep flying the 237 Fly high. The Sky is NOT the limit. Looking forward to having some of the D'Afie touch is my wardrobe.