This is a small way of saying THANK YOU! for visiting Fashion Et Al, sharing it with your friends, reading and commenting, critiquing, accepting my interview requests, and generally being supportive!
It's been an eventful year, of learning and growing, and its all because of you.
Here are some figures:
360 Facebook Fans on the official Fashion Et Al Page
20 000 Unique Page Views since May 2010
7 comprehensive interviews based in Johannesburg, Paris, New York, Chicago, Toronto, Port Elizabeth
14 short interviews on the Style Series
Presently, Fashion Et Al receives 150 to 200 views per day as more people find out about the page.
Determined to be more than just another fashion blog, Fashion Et Al aims to be a source of inspiration, an elightenment on African fashion, a place for emerging talented industry artists, of conversation about African fashion, and above all to be a positive agent in the promotion of African Fashion.
Here's a toast to the year, and all eyes set on 2011!
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Lindiwe Suttle: Vanguard of African Fashion Cleo Droomer: The Winning Collection Andrea Bomo: An Optimism Chicmuse: An Experiment in Femininity Love Jozi: Cowboys & Gold Tsotsis Andrea & Deborah: The Style Series Sarah Diouf: The Woman I Aspire To Be
Sun Goddess: What Happened? Bunmi Koko: The Rise and Rise TaiBo Bacar: From Mozambique, With Love KLUK CGdT: Cape Town Fashion Week 2010 Clive Rundle: Autumn Winter 2011 Ituen Basi: The Independence Collection Huose of Diva: Phiwase Nxumalo