Moda Culture, Africa’s leading men’s lifestyle magazine, returns with a powerful issue for April – June 2022 themed Best of Africa; telling the stories of Africa’s brilliant fashion designers, influencers, event organizers, content creators, poets and book authors, influencers, and exploring the finest African restaurants, and literature.
For this issue, Moda Culture chased down Togolese tech pioneer Sénamé Koffi Agbodjinou, Mauritanian fashion designer Niuku Djawal, Nigerian health influencer Chinonso ‘Aproko Doctor’ Egemba, and Nigerian fashion designer Cynthia Abila.
Sénamé Koffi Agbodjinou
Togolese Sénamé Koffi Agbodjinou, through his WoeLabs, is creating smart communities and self-funding tech labs.
Mauritanian Niuku Djawal prioritizes sustainability, deconstruction, and artisanal dye techniques, and puts them at the vanguard of conceptualizing her designs. She is also about to digitalize sales of artisanal fashion.
Nigerian Cynthia Abila, through her eponymous fashion brand, has been opting for second-hand and eco-friendly clothing in an effort to fulfil their altruistic intentions and our environmental needs.
Chinonso ‘Aproko Doctor’ Egemba
Nigerian Chinonso ‘Aproko Doctor’ Egemba, using his platform of over 1.4million Twitter followers and 202 thousand Instagram followers (as at the time of this story), uses ‘storytelling to create a healthier Africa’.
In this issue’s cover story (available here), we explore how these African stars are lighting up the continent by championing conversations on sustainable fashion, tech, body positivity, women empowerment, and influencing healthy living in Africa, through their work.