One of Kenya’s biggest Fashion shows, Tribal Chic returns this December. Set to take place at the Tribe Hotel on 4th December, this year’s edition will have 3 runways namely: A different World, Sustainably Trendy, and One Tribe. Tribal Chic 2021 impressive designer lineup will be as follows:
Hernán Zajar is one of Columbia’s finest fashion designers. He has designed for and dressed Columbian National Contest candidates for over 15 years. His stupendous fashion work has earned him opportunities to dress celebrities such as Claudia Schiffer, Joan Collins, Yvanna Trump, Jennifer López, and Former Miss Universe, Mpula Kwelagobe among others.
Anyango is a self-taught jewelry designer and the founder of Zanta Adeyde Accessories. Her unique creations use bones, beads, brass, and stones. Without a doubt, Zanta Adeyde’s beautiful designs ooze class, style, and creativity.
David is the founder of Lookslike Avido clothing brand. This is a street-made fashion brand of handcrafted clothes created in Kibra. David’s work speaks for him and he has worked with celebrities such as Don Carlos, G Money, Kelissa, Koffee, Etana, Naiboi, Chronixx, Nasty C, Talia Oyando, Fena Gitu, Ty Dolla Sign, Cecile, Bankslave, Bruno Mars, Hon Kenneth Okoth, Everton Blender and many more.
The Mambo Pambo proprietor seeks to change the way people view and experience locally made clothes by offering high-quality, beautifully crafted, and well-fitting afro-inspired apparel. This clothing line sells bespoke and ready-to-wear apparel curated to cater to individual fashion needs.
Yet another jewelry designer, Niku’s brand caters for the bold. His fearless creations have made him one of Kenya’s most sought-after jewelry designers. As a matter of fact, Niku has showcased in many local and international fashion shows some of which include London Fashion Week 2009 and Merc Benz Fashion Week 2014. His accessories use brass, aluminum & semi-precious stones.
Onyango Peggy AKA Peggie O, is an expert at luxury gowns and stylish casual wear. Her brand is versatile, all-season, and promotes the use of garments and raw materials sourced from Africa.
Fashionprenuer, model, and stylist Randy Gowon leads Amu Clothing. Amu is the Arabic word for Lamu. The brand crafts effortless textiles and garments with combinations of softness and structure designed for comfort. Amu focuses on minimalist design, flowing and calm designs, and coastal color palates.
Deepa believes in sustainable fashion. Her label is focused on using natural fabrics and abstinence from using any harmful or environmentally unfriendly products. Furthermore, Deepa makes both measure service as well as off the rack collections to her clients. She takes pride in amazing customer service and high-quality clothing.
Columbian designer Mercedes’ love for fashion is not a secret. Her looks iconic looks are packed with neutral tones, loose pants, flowy fabrics, clothing linen, and cotton, mostly white, beige, or earth colors. Her brand owns 14 stores, more than 30 corners in the main stores in Colombia and the world, presence in 8 market places with sales internationally in the US, Canada, Mexico, Panama, and Costa Rica.
Fashion designer and content creator Hali Oduor partnered with Women’s clothing brand Hekaya. The brand is created to inspire young women through neutral versatile and bespoke pieces. Hekaya, which means ‘fable‘ in Swahili, strives to tell a story through fashion
Enanai, Ikwetta and Itikadi
Enanai means ‘softness’ and ‘gentleness’ in Maasai. The brand is designed to flaunt the style and sophistication of leather. Ikwetta on the other hand is a sustainable and handcrafted footwear brand. The gender-neutral collection has sandals, sneakers, boots, and much more. Lastly, Itikadi, meaning ‘traditions’ in Swahili, is a women’s and men’s contemporary apparel brand. The 3 brands will work together to make a high-quality and beautiful collection of kimonos, flats, bags, and other wardrobe-essentials.