Catch New African Designers At This Weekend’s Pop Up Africa Event in London

Now that Spring is in the air, it’s only natural to start clearing up your wardrobe in readiness for the new season. Just in time to help you stock up on the latest African designs, Pop Up Africa is back for it’s 4th year, with a collaboration with leading US celebrity stylist Kanayo Ebi- founder of Kach Me If You Can showroom which houses some of Africa’s most promising fashion talents.

The two day event tagged ‘The Kach It Project’ will be held at the new digital art space RED, YELLOW, BLUE in the postapocolympic East Village in Stratford, London.

Fashion, beauty, lifestyle and food lovers will enjoy an assortment of African enthused brands from 2017’s one to watch list, plus interactive workshops, tasters, talks and demos. Showroom designers include EZIE, INNOCENTE MESSY and RAAAH/RAHIMA MOHAMED COUTURE whose pieces have been worn by celebrities Erykah Badu, Angela and Vanessa Simmons, Maria Borges, Leslie Grace, Pearl Thusi, Sanya Richards-Ross
and more; in addition to London based art and fashion labels, live entertainment and West African food.

POP UP AFRICA’S founder Jessica Laditan says: “We’re delighted to partner up with the Kach Me If You Can Showroom this year, showcasing great fashion design from across the globe together with home-grown talent, in such a great location. Expect to be blown away whilst shopping for the most sought after art, fashion and interior designs coupled with exceptional food and drink, exclusive hair and beauty masterclasses and live entertainment all over a two day shopping
experience.”

FRIDAY 10TH- SATURDAY 11TH MARCH 2017

TIME: 11AM-10PM

LOCATION: RED, YELLOW, BLUE

ADDRESS: 27-30 VICTORY PARADE, END NAPA CLOSE, LONDON, E20 1EY

ADMISSION: FREE

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