360 Creative Innovation Hub
1 min readMay 20, 2020

Vogue Talents is supporting emerging designers along with the African Fashion Foundation by launching a new scouting project dedicated to African creatives.

Vogue Talents has in recent times supported the work of various African Designers, such as South African Thebe Magugu, as well as rising star Kenneth Ize, from Nigeria, and Maxhosa Africa, the South African knitwear brand by Laduma Ngxokolo.

Scouting for Africa 2020 is a project conceived by Vogue Talents and African Fashion Foundation (AFF) with the support of IFFAC. African Fashion Foundation is a non-profit organization that supports and promotes African designers providing them with educational opportunities and the tools to succeed in the fashion industry.

The winner of this contest will have the opportunity to showcase his/her clothing creations or accessories in a special corner of Palazzo Cusani during Milan Fashion Week in September 2020.

African designers, both residing in Africa and anywhere else in the world, can apply to be part of this scouting project by writing to the address scoutingforafrica@condenast.it and including the following materials:

– images of the latest two collections specifying the relevant season;
— a Designed Biography;
— List of stockists;
— Application (PDF form) which can be downloaded here https://images.vogue.it/wp-content/uploads/2019/here.pdf and must be properly completed.

You can also learn more here https://www.vogue.it/vogue-talents/article/scouting-for-africa-2020-african-fashion-foundation

Application Deadline: June 30th 2020



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