Highly Successful Entrepreneur Launches One-of-a-Kind, African-Inspired Fashion E-commerce Platform this Fall

With celebrities and models wearing some of today’s most unique African-inspired designs, African fashion has started to dominate international style markets throughout the world.

Tope Babs, Nigerian and American serial entrepreneur launches his newest venture, AfroSwagg.com, an online marketplace where consumers can shop today’s newest fashions produced by emerging African designers.

“I decided to launch Afroswagg.com because I love the colors, prints, fabrics, and heritage of Africa and its fashion; however, whenever I would try to find African designers sold in the U.S., I saw that accessibility was very limited. So to help bridge the gap in the U.S. market, I decided to start Afroswagg.com.”

Some of the African designers on the platform include:

●       Juliata Collection

●       Nasan Couture

●       Berry Africana

●       Afrikayla

●       And so many more!

Afroswagg.com offers designs for men, women, and children. Price ranges from $10.00 to $280.00. All products can be customized to match a particular body shape and size. Consumers can also mix and match styles and fabrics.  The website also uses a proprietary system that automatically calculates body measurements for the perfect fit (based on U.S. sizing only).

Owned and operated by Nigerian and American entrepreneur Tope Babs, Afroswagg.com believes in helping consumers look good and stand out in a crowd through unique and well-fit fashion. The company offers a variety of styles from various designers across Africa with the option to customize any item to get the perfect fit and finish. Whether you’re looking for that specific style or a piece that’s hard to fit, Afroswagg.com strives to help you feel your best.

Tope and the Afroswagg.com team give back to Africa in a big way as they strive to help alleviate poverty and unemployment by periodically providing professional training to their designers.  Earlier this year, Afroswagg.com also donated sewing machines to some of the designers sold on the website.

For more information about Tope and the designers, please visit AfroSwagg.com.