AN AUTHENTIC SPOTLIGHT ON THE SCOPE OF THE KENYAN FASHION INDUSTRY
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Working Together To
Establish A Future Of Sustainable
Fashion in Kenya
The Kenya Fashion Council [KFCO] Our establishment of KFCO is a result of collaborative consilidation of multi-stakeholders within the Kenyan Fashion Industry with the aim to furthe rthe intersets of the Kenyan Fashion Industry and its designers to global leadership.
KFCO works hand in hand with: Fashion and Creative Industry Players, Institutions teaching Fashion Design/ Textiles/ Production ,Media in Fashion, Legal Professionals within the industry and the Government to create a functional Kenyan Fashion Industry that is credible, dynamic, and economically sustainable.
- We embrace diversity
- We share opportnities
- We celebrate each others success
- We are accountable to our members
We Endevour to...
- Be part of policymaking around the fashion industry
- Build opportunities for local and international partnerships
- Create an environment for vibrant networking events
- Create a hub for industry insights and resources
- Develop or enhance business collaborations for growth
- Opportunity for showcasing and selling products to local and export markets
- Create an enabling business environment to thrive in the Fashion industry local
We Spotlight A Plathera Of Opportunities
Kenya a major economic hub of East Africa, rich in culture and skilled prime designers, yet poorly integrated into the global Fashion and Creative industry.
A National Fashion Council for Kenya will ultimately result in maximization of the market share by best utilization of resources and ensure sustainable solutions to the Kenyan Fashion and Creative Industry, thus increasing its net value [through shared resources and finances creating jobs, empowerment of industries through specialization and expertise in the various fields within the industry, as well as global recognition on a larger platform
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Three designers emerged top in a design competition organized by the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOC-K) in collaboration with the Kenya Fashion Council.
The three; Allan Mmbasu, Phillip Muthuni, and Patrick King’ori received Ksh250,000, Ksh100,000….
International sportswear company, Nike has made available Olympic Kits used by the Kenyan team in Tokyo.
The athletes donned the kits during the opening ceremony of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics and in their respective events, marketing the country across the globe.