Saturday, October 31, 2009


Viewed as an eccentric and outlandish designer, Anggy Haif loves to express himself in a very flamboyant way and it is no wonder he is dubbed one of Cameroon's very top designers.

Fresh from his stint on the Camer Couture fashion showcase last 2 weeks, he now reveals his new fashion and accessories collection.

Check some out below, how fab are the bags?!

Photography: Simon Cabrejo
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Tuesday, October 20, 2009


Once again fashion from the African continent takes centre stage and this time the place is none other than in Hammamet, Tunisia.

After a stunning success of the Miami edition of Catwalk for Africa, Arlette Badjeck and her partner Gwladys Ngo Tedja are putting their skills and experience together to produce a spectacular, top notch fashion and entertainment featuring world class designers.

The designers on show will be newcomers Bot I Lam, Pacy Koné and international stars Imane Ayissi, Martial Tapolo and Ally Rehmtullah.

This show will be one to be remembered so get yourself to Hammamet in Tunisia and experience "Afrochic à la mode".
If you think you live too far, well think again! Email Arlette and she will advise you on how to get there:

This event was born in an effort to revitalise, redefine and significantly increase the presence of African fashion in the global market. So be there to be part of this global dominance!

Date: Saturday, December 5th 2009
Venue: Oasis Nightclub Hammamet
Country: Tunisia
Tel: 00216 22 02 14 28 / 00 216 71 814 168

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Monday, October 19, 2009


Hello guys, as you all know the Camer Couture fashion showcase a show celebrating talent and creativity from Cameroon took place last saturday at the Shoreditch Studios here in London.

The event was buzzing with press and tv crews and with almost 250 guests it was a show you didn't want to miss.

The reviews so far have been wonderful and this is a great encouragement to me and the rest of the Camer Couture team members. Despite all the obstacles and the fact that we had to juggle our personal careers with this initiative, we made it happen and did so in a great way.

To see some pictures, go to the Dulce Camer blog here:

I may upload more later ;-))

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