Countries at the forefront of made in Africa is Tunisia and Morocco. The close proximity to Europe gives these countries a particular advantage. Morocco is celebrated for its colorful print fabrics and sustainability has been recognized as an important growth factor for the country.
Lemlem (seen here) is a stand-out brand worth supporting for its ethical support of artisans in Ethiopia and Kenya.
Read on to find some made in Africa brands worth supporting.
Frank & Eileen make luxury off-duty basics, including the infinitely-classic button-down shirt from premium Italian cotton. The company is a sustainable Certified B-Corp.
Isabel Marant is the eponymous label of the French fashion designer. Loved by celebrities, the brand has a chic bohemian aesthetic coveted for its easy-to-wear unpretentious collections.