A handful of boutiques have pioneered the luxury market of tomorrow, forging strong connections with young fashion consumers.
From the racks of Tokyo retailers to the showrooms of Pitti Uomo, African menswear brands are enjoying both critical and commercial acclaim.
From China and India to Nigeria and Mexico, a host of influential, bellwether boutiques have become real gamechangers in their respective fashion markets.
Nigeria’s fashion industry is shifting into second gear to become a more serious contender in Africa’s leadership race.
As both a source of production and a consumer market, Africa is poorly integrated into the global fashion system, leading to lost business opportunity.
Nigeria’s $10 billion fashion market is growing swiftly, despite the lingering stigma of an Ebola outbreak and a woeful security situation.
"Businesswoman Reni Folawiyo is building a concept store with celebrated architect David Adjaye on Victoria Island in Lagos. The mission? To redefine