Q AND AFRICA: Meet Anrette


Describe Anrette Ngafor as a designer:

Anrette  Ngafor the creative director for London base fashion house Liiber London with roots from Cameroon. My love for fashion and style from a tender age lead me to pursue a BA degree in Fashion design and Image making at the University of Salford in Manchester United Kigndom. After graduation I worked as a store  manager for  store Karen Millen a huge fashion chain in the UK. With much experience having worked for fashion magazines like OK and fashion houses I decided it was time to put my degree into use.

What projects are you working on at the moment?

 I am currently working on my next design project and currently looking for top fashion boutiques to stock my collections. The  Goddess collection has been a great collection with clothes selling really good.

What does “Luxury” fashion mean to you?

Luxury and fashion is not easy to define. But, in my opinion it can be define as high-quality and creative ready-to-wear outfits. And the term can be used to target a high earning consumer. It is identified as a luxury symbol. And it is, of course, from a business and brand  point of view used to target the high end of the market. Luxury also involves exclusiveness and  uniqueness to make the consumer feel special and different.

What celebrity from the 2013 Grammy’s Award would you like to design for?

I would love to design for Solange Knowles because she is always confident in her style and never afraid to try something new and that’s what Liiber is really about .





Contact: 00447540989836 , 0023774428340

Her Goddess Collection is full of vibrant colors, sheer textures, glamorous details, and will make you feel like a goddess instantly!

Stay Fabulous!

Goddess Collection:


No Comments Yet

Comments are closed

Disrupting Narratives & Creating Communities In Style

Cut off (verb): the act of stopping the movement or supply of something.

Cut off (adverb): the time when something must be done or completed.

Cutoffs (noun): short pants that are made from long pants by cutting off the legs at the knees or higher.