AFRICAN FASHION FOLKTALES
Celebrating the transformative power of Fashion. The African Fashion Renaissance starts with introspection. Craft mastery and sustainable materials become mediums for the reclaiming of ancestral stories. Through interweaving these tales of our past we re-imagine our future. From individual expression to the collective consciousness, fashion has the power to shift and shape future generations.
Are you a hair stylist in Eswatini who would like to develop, explore and exhibit your talent at Luju? Space is limited, so apply now to take part in this FREE workshop with South African hair artist Nikiwe Dlova, a multi-disciplinary Hair Artist from South Africa who produces creative hairstyles, headpieces, and artworks to tell African stories. The power and originality of her work has attracted international acclaim.
The Standard Bank Luju Food & Lifestyle Festival invites suitable candidates to apply to trade in the festival’s Culinary, Fashion and children’s Beehive spaces. Different pockets of the festival, called Hives, offer opportunities for unique experiences, such as pop-up food stations that support drinks pairing, tastings and specialised demonstrations by renowned chefs and connoisseurs. Trader applications open Tuesday 13th June and close on 3rd July 2023. The application process is all online.