Hello good people! i have thought about creating a page on this blog about fashion and style in Africa (in modern day of course). While i put my pen to paper, why don’t you just check out these fashion blogs which dives deep into the fashion scene across Africa. I’m sure you’ll find them interesting as much as i have. Enjoy!
 
Style Cravings
 

Style Cravings is a Nigerian fashion blogzine that covers global fashion from a Nigerian/African point of view.  Ranging from  fashion news, beauty, style inspiration to human interest features.This blog caters to all your Style/fashion cravings.

Zainab Imichi Alhassan

Style Cravings was founded by Zainab Imichi Alhassan in January 2011, It started out as a personal style blog and has since grown into a blogzine with editors and contributors. The aim is to cater to the fashion needs of style savvy Individuals.

 
One Nigerian Boy (Nigeria/U.K.)
 
Previously based in Lagos, Nigeria but now based in London, Terence Sambo of OneNigerianBoy.Com leaves no stone unturned when it comes to arts, fashion and design in Africa and indeed the Afropolitans of the world. What started as a blog is now a full-fledged website that sets the standard when it comes to African fashion. The website’s work has been acknowledged by international publications such as the Guardian UK and Essence Magazine – See more at:  onenigerianboy.com
 
Afroklectic (Ghana)

In the editor, Gillean Opoku’s wordsAfrica is rich textiles, ancient tapestry woven in renowned villages for hundreds of years, strings and strings of coloured beads, adorned all over the body. Africa is the soulful song of a chosen people within novels, poetry, paint, clothing, jewellery and dance. We are an eclectic cohort of designers, writers, artists, performers and entertainers. We are Africans and this is Afroklectic. A place to educate on what Africa is, pushing aside the tired misconception of what Africa is not.”

www.afroklectic.com

Bella Naija (Nigeria)
 
This is perhaps the most accomplished online destination of African origin and has even had its editor, Uche Eze, featured on the Oprah Winfrey show. The website has won itself the enviable reputation of being the first to break news on the hottest, latest and best in the world of celebrity, fashion, entertainment and lifestyle
 
 
One Nigerian Boy (Nigeria/U.K.)
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