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5 brands you should look out for at this year’s Afropunk Spinthrift Market

Afropunk always provides an array of great art fashion and creatives to look out for an buy into at the Spendthrift Market and 2017 will be no different. Here are 5 we are looking forward to seeing.

Afrodesiac Worldwide

Afrodesiac Worldwide exists to ‘celebrate the cosmopolitan side of Africa’.  This cultural lifestyle brand merges contemporary design with colourful and luxurious African prints. 


United80

Based in Brixton, United80 is the home of independent emerging brands. An Independent store showcasing the best of art, fashion and music.

We at united80 are simply ecstatic to be bringing our Brixton vibe to AFROPUNK this year because we believe this festival is one that truly aligns with our own core values, the celebration of our art, music, fashion, and culture

We were born out of a desire to have a dedicated space to grow, and become a home for independent brands and creative to flourish. We’ve built and fostered a community of like-minded people who love that the shop represents the African diasporan experience and London culture rolled into one. – 

Samantha-Jane, United80 

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Alerojasmine

Alerojasmine’s handmade pieces are inspired by ‘travels, African heritage, intricate patterns and unusual textures’. 

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MAM MAW

Online fashion brands specialising in dresses, skirts & tops made using Ankara styles, African patterns, Kente cloth and traditional fabrics.

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Dana Todd Pope Art

Award winning artist Dana Todd Pope creates art Influenced by personal experiences, the perspective of her ingenuity is rooted in children, family, womanhood, spirituality, and entrepreneurship.

“My excitement for Afropunk is at unprecedented levels. I don’t know what to do with myself.  The festival is groundbreaking!  I’m just so honored to have been chosen to be a part of this experience and I hope my work adds to the conversation.”

-Dana Todd Pope

 

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Afropunk London happens 22nd and 23rd of July. Get in the know now at http://afropunkfest.com/london/

 

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