15 years prior African Mosaique was only a stage to feature a yearly occasion of ‘style week’ depicting African planners who produce from the generally secret assortment of customary outfits to top-of-the-line contemporary plans. With it, Anna was setting out open doors for African style creators by aiding them grandstand in huge design urban communities like Paris, New York, Atlanta, Detroit, and Washington, DC.
A model displaying Wetive Nkosi’s plan on the first day of the season of the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Africa coordinated by African Fashion International/AFI, in Johannesburg, South Africa, in Oct. 2012.
Through time, Anna felt there was a truly necessary stage to represent what was truly being created in Africa from originators in numerous African nations including her folks’ local land Ethiopia. Inside the most recent 15 years, various different stages for African planners have stuck to this same pattern yet African Mosaique continued coordinating its concentrations from simple style shows to the advancement of the African assemblages, giving preparing and coaching programs for creators and setting out open doors for African architects to figure out how best to showcase their items around the world.
Also, in the course of recent years, Anna has fostered her own assortment of immortal pieces representing African prints and textures from materials she found during her normal goes to the mainland. In A select meeting with this magazine, Anna, who is presently dwelling in Addis Ababa, said, “I’m generally inspired by outlines of very much custom-made suits, [and] party gowns utilizing woven textures in their regular structure.”