Rebranding Africa – Fashion Africa 254

“Style is Mindset”

As we are disappearing in the blazing Berlin Sun. Waridi made her way back to Nairobi, where she consulted with visionary Kenyans, that are included in FA254’s book Mtindo. Promoting the message of changing individuals’s minds and their perception of Africa, since Africa is altering, therefore is its young generation. Mtindo is a dedication to acknowledging this brand-new motion, which is currently taking place on the continent. Motion of style is likewise the definition of the Swahili word Mtindo. Introducing young, sharp, innovative minds, which are making use of the abundance their nation needs to use.

2 Many Siblings

This Kenyan brother sister blog writer duo, Velma Rossa and Oliver Asike, share their love of style and art on their Blog

2manysiblings (http://2manysiblings.tumblr.com). Hounding Nairobi’s Vintage shops, and drawing inspiration from the flourishing capital of Kenya, they produce their one of a kind street design. Starting their blog as a hobby, the street design brother or sisters captured the attention of a number of global publications with their editorials, like Style and I-D Magazine. Becoming a powerful voice for Kenyans style youth.


Michael Soi

The Kenyan Artist works in Nairobi since 1995. Finishing his Art and Art History studies, he devotes his Work to African Women, the issues they deal with, and how they are seen by men. Influenced by the modern life in Africa, its social, political and financial trends he produces vibrantly colored paintings with black details that send a message.

“Style is accessorizing one’s life.”

Ng’endo Mukii

The gifted independent filmmaker is based in Nairobi. She Finished from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2006 and received her Master in 2012 from the Royal collage of Art. Ever considering that Ng’endo’s career in the Movie Industry has flown. Being chosen and winning various awards, like the Silver Hugo for the very best Animated Short Movie at the Chicago International Film Celebration 2013 for Yellow Fever. She likewise was a Style Indaba 2015 Speaker and a Berlinale Talents 2014/15 Alum. The young skill holds worldwide workshops and speaks as a guest lecturer.


“Style is finding your pace, your motion and the way things circulation fluidly within your life.”

If you feel inspired and want to learn more about more effective minded Kenyan characters go on and get your copy of Mtindo:


Rebranding Africa


Randolf Schoenefeld

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