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Kanyembo talks Blink Africa Designs

TERENCE MISELO Writes

Blink Africa Designs is one of Zambia’s growing fashion outlets established on August 7th, 2016 by Duncan Zeke Kanyembo. Kanyembo says he was inspired by his grandparents to set up the label. He says her grandmother would always put a thread of the African print (Locally known as Chitenge) on outfits every single time she sat on her sowing machine.

 “Blink Africa Designs has since inception received overwhelming response both locally and internationally as we have dressed people from as far as Botswana, Australia, Namibia, South Africa and Angola, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Malawi, America, Japan and Canada. “

Kanyembo boasts that they have also dressed local celebrities such as Ephraim, Mag44, Bobby East, Superstar DJ Hussein and many more plus international celebrities like South African artiste like K.O and many other celebrities across Africa.

“This is proof that Blink Africa Designs is visible locally and internationally which is a step in the right channel as visibility is key in this industry,” he adds.

Evidently, because of the great works that they have been implementing and pursuing for the past two years, Blink Africa Designs has received three awards namely, 2008 Mukuba Award as Best Artist and Designer, 2017 Zambia fashion week Super Java Award for Best Designer and 2018 Abeesu Awards for Best Designer.

“Blink Africa Designs believes you can have anything you want in life if you dress for it. That is why we designs trends that inspire you to reach within yourself, discover your Distinct Style and Flaunt it. Because then and only then will you become memorable,” urges Kanyembo.

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