LaBré fashion line launched in July 2016 with the mission to increase economic growth in Ghana through job creation and primarily employ women, a population who is often the most disenfranchised. All of LaBré fashion line items are hand made in Ghana by Ghanaian seamstresses and tailors. After raising a little under $11,000 to employ more Ghanaian artisans with the company, LaBré has now grown into a full fashion brand that is committed to providing African artisans and their products with increased access and exposure to the international market through our Fashion Made in Africa Initiative and the launch of LaBré Bazaar.
The Fashion Made in Africa Initiative aims to generate global visibility of African inspired fashion designers, achieve the stocking of African apparel in U.S. boutiques and department stores, and harness the fashion industry to create economic opportunities for young and talented African designers. LaBré Bazaar is an online bazaar for African fashion where you can shop international African fashion designers and artisans. We provide supply for the rapidly growing global demand for constantly rejuvenated, quality African fashion products by sourcing them directly from African designers who showcase and sell their apparel to an international customer base.
LaBré Bazaar and LaBré fashion line deliver a unique, stylish collection of African inspired apparel that embodies West African and diasporic aesthetic while offering constantly rejuvenated quality products. LaBré is committed to promoting heritage and traditional fabrics through modern design by producing compelling fashion forward aesthetic. When you wear LaBré you aren’t just wearing beautiful clothes you are showing that you are critical of where you invest your money, from who and where you buy, and in what you wear.
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