Come and discover over 100 designers from across the continent

This summer, London Olympia will be transformed into a stunning showcase of African-inspired design.


Highlighting a unique and fashion-forward catwalk collective; daily eye-catching runway shows and vibrant exhibitions, this 2-day event brings together fashionistas and industry professionals from around the world to Europe’s largest and most important African-inspired fashion event.

Since debuting in 2011, AFWL has gone from strength to strength; championing new and emerging designers who are inspired by the rich culture of Africa and incorporate this heritage into their contemporary design.

This year's edition is set to feature Aimeeku, Akwaba Designs, AK-Wilde, Aline, Anaisarts, Athaena Bride, Chikizia Luitu, Continent Clothing, Da Viva UK, Fabric Gateaux, G321, Illay, Inagbe Grand Resorts, Kilumba, L.O.G. Cosmetics, Mafrika, Njema Helena, Oysby, Porjai Thai Printer, Primavera Fitness, Reina de Santiago, Roooi, Rose Leather, Sifaye Haidar, Sascha Grant, Sherene Melinda, The Needle Point Shop, Tote Collections, Travel fix, Ubuntu Fashion, Vividly Creative among others.

Date: 7th and 8th August 2015.

Venue: Olympia London, Hammersmith Road, Kensington W14 8UX.

Time: 4pm (Day 1) 1pm (Day 2).


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