5 of Africa’s street style influencers taking fashion a notch higher

Street style has to be the most popular fashion movement that swept across the world. The movement was made popular by iconic Ghanaian-British fashion designer Joe Casely Hayford in the 1980s and has since become an everyday fashion statement of identity for many millennials around the world. While it has taken the world by storm, only a few African millennials have taken street style and turned it into a fashion statement, capturing the attention of several fashion brands. From across the continent, here are six young Africans whose street style made it on Vogue 100 global influencers of style.

Louis Philippe de Gagoue 

Amaa Rae

Baingor Joiner 

Velma Rosai Makhandia

Moh Mckenzie