Starting a fashion business can be done alone, but for it to be truly successful, you’ll need to work with other people, whether you choose to employ them or outsource them. This article is all about whether it’s better for you to work in an existing fashion business or if it’s time for you to fly solo.
Some businesses can switch to remote work with ease. CAFB outlines how fashion businesses can take advantage of this trend, too.
Learn how you can use CAFB’s range of creative and fashion business programmes to grow your own fashion brand to new heights.
You don’t need a matric certificate, high school diploma or any previous experience to learn how to model. You can be any height, weight or measurement, too.
Fashion modelling can be a high income career if you work at it. Everyone has to start somewhere and there’s work to do if you want to reach the top.
What is it about youth across Africa that makes them the game changers for the continent’s economy, as well as each of its countries’?
Gender roles vary across Africa. CAFB’s guest author, Mphatso Kampeni, breaks down gender perceptions in this article.
Fashion Photography is another kind of fashion business supported by the Creative Angels Fashion Benefit.
Creative Angels Fashion Benefit adopted the Helderberg Child Welfare as a beneficiary of support during 2018. Find out how you can help, too, in this article.
Mrs Nadia Charles is one of the Creative Angels Fashion Benefit’s Angel partners. Learn about her and her non-profit organisation called Collaboration For Good.