Asantii’s collections are designed by a talented team of designers from Africa, and sustainably made in Rwanda. Our joyful collections explore the continents creative landscape through a global lens.  

Soraya da Piedade

A successful entrepreneur, Soraya won the 2019 Golden Globe for Creator of the year thanks to her well established lifestyle brand, Fast Fashion, that has a footing in both Brazil and Angola.

Laëtitia Kandola

A former fashion editor and celebrity stylist in Paris. Laetitia established her own relaxed label Uchawi in 2015 to promote made in Congo fashion. Her slogan? Every day is Africa day.

Richie Maya

Richie's eponymous brand excels at glamourous made to measure evening wear. He has shown at Congo Fashion Week since 2015 and is inspired by the women who raised him.

Fikirte Addis

Locally handwoven textiles form the core of Fikirte’s label Yefikir, which is known for it’s ethical, artistic womenswear.

Chloe Assam

This fledging talent was selected for the Gucci Diversity and Inclusion program and makes directional made to order daywear in earthy tones.

Zak Koné
Ivory Coast

Zaks’s label Pelebe has become the go-to in Abidjan for made to measure cocktail dresses with dynamic proportions

Iona McCreath

Daughter of famed designer Ann McCreath of Kikoromeo, Iona brings youthful energy and flair for artisanal textiles to the family label.

Amal Belcaid

Amal specialises in intricately embellished kaftans that innovate Morocco’s couture traditions.

Emmanuel Okoro

With his label Emmy Kasbit, Emmanuel is interested in re-imagining akwete, a loom-woven cloth from eastern Nigeria. His experimental tailoring has been recognised by Vogue Italia Talents.

Toni Grace

Toni is an emerging name offering feminine ready to wear through her self-named brand that is alive with prints and figure-hugging silhouettes.

Hélène Daba

Hélène’s floaty designs for SOA (Sisters of Africa) act as a canvas for her hand dyes, brightly hued fabrics.

Natasha Jaume & Carine Louwe
South Africa

Known for feminine power dressing, the duo recently showcased their label Erre in Paris and were winners of the 2018 SAFW Cape Wools Designer Challenge.

Anjali Borkhataria

Anjali won the Innovative Designer of the Year awards as Swahili Fashion Week in 2021 thanks to her luxe streetwear designs. Her label Ekantik explores utilitarian unisex style.

Martin Kadinda

Martin has won multiple awards and shown internationally with his eponymous brand that features directional mens and womenswear raging from suits and bridal to day wear.