HON by AFI Issue 4: Celebrating African Women In Fashion

HON by AFI Issue 4: Celebrating African Women In Fashion

HON by AFI: A Year of Telling the Stories of African Fashion

Inside HON by AFI Issue 4: Fashion, Sustainability, Trends, AFI Fastrack and More! 

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In a world brimming with inspiration and style, HON by AFI stands as the ultimate digital ode to the essence of African fashion.

In the latest issue, we turn the pages of the magazine into a celebration of the women who are revolutionising the industry, both on the continent and in the diaspora. These formidable figures, from groundbreaking designers and visionary entrepreneurs to runway-ruling models, are not just setting trends; they are reshaping the entire fashion landscape with their creativity and leadership.

 Tarryn Taylor and Happy Jacqueline cover the latest issue of the HON by AFI magazine.

The 2023 AFI Fastrack Finalists dazzled us at the Hollywoodbets Durban July. Taking part in the Fastrack Durban Challenge, they proved that the future of African fashion is brighter than ever. With fresh perspectives and bold designs, they are taking the industry by storm, and we're here to give you an exclusive sneak peek into their world.

Can you imagine a fashion magazine with no fashion? We simply cannot! 

We're bringing you an unmissable fashion editorial that will have you ready to rock the Trans-Seasonal trend like a pro. Dive into a world of vibrant colours and versatile pieces that effortlessly bridge the gap between seasons. 

We invite you to join us on a journey where empowerment, style, and innovation intersect.

So, whether you're a fashion enthusiast or simply seeking a dose of inspiration, HON by AFI has something for everyone.

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Publisher: Dr Precious Moloi-Motsepe

Editor: Buhle Mbonambi

Cover Stars: Tarryn Taylor &  Happy Jacqueline of Fusion Models (Dressed in A Cognoscenti & Chic and Posh for House of Nala by AFI)

Stylist: Thabang Mapokgole for AFI

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