With the help of prominent fashion bloggers that focus on African clothing and design, these brands and strong examples of African fashion are finding their way to the world stage easier these days – especially when multi-national, well known brands such as L’Oreal band together with bloggers such as the popular Fatou N’diaye of BlackBeautyBag. There are a number of other bloggers including Gaelle-Vanessa Prudencio, who as worked with fashion house Belya Vanoue, a Senegalese designer, on a project developing fantastic designs for women with a larger frame and curves. Folake Kuye Huntoon is another prominent blogger bringing African style and fashion to the eye of the international community through her blog Style Pantry, featuring a number of great pieces from Demestiks New York in bold and colourful patterns. Folasade Adeoso is another blogger who specialises in focusing on wax print head wraps and jewellery and has been successful with her pop up store in New York focusing on the same. Finally, a pair of bloggers, Vanessa and Luna of of Project Tribe have been working their blog and Instragram account with additionally kitschy and beautiful wax prints, particularly from brand Chichia London. Blogging is just one way that some of these fantastic pieces are getting international attention, but is easily not the only way. In fact, with many fashion houses receive invites to fashion weeks around the world – especially in other African countries where fashion weeks are becoming high profile and well known internationally. This is helping to set the stage for African fashion as a whole, and with a powerful start, the concept of African styles is only set up to further gain momentum and become an international powerhouse on the fashion front.