Five Zambian Designers That Are Catching the World’s Eyes

There is no doubt that the fashion coming out of Africa is one to watch for, but there’s one country in particular that is catching everyone’s eyes: Zambia. Years ago, local Zambians had to get their clothes from China, but in the last few years, more and more designers are putting out showstopping looks and giving the world a reason to pay attention. In 2014, Zambia got its annual fashion week to give designers a chance to put their designs on display for potential buyers. Here are five of the designers who caught our eye and who you should be looking out for.

1. ChizÓ Designs by Chisoma Lombe


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TBT, chizO designs at ‘Rome Fashion Week’ 2017!

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2. Esnoko by Chiza


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@bobbydaywalker in mustard #bespoke suit #esnokohomme #madeinzambia #africanprint

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3. Mangishi Doll by Kapasa Musond

4. Debbie Chu


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Love easy flowy dresses? We only have limited stock on our Bridgette summer dress. #shewearsdebbiechu #madeinzambia

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5. MaFashio by Sekayi and Tukiya Fundafunda

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