Many fashion brands are well known for their distinct designs and style choices. For example, the brand, SomobySomo majors in dresses and she does them so well.
Kimonos are beautiful pieces that never go out of style. They are always trending. De La Sebure is a menswear brand known distinctively for their kimonos.
Located in Burkina Faso, De La Sebure, is a fashion label that majors in menswear. Bernie Seb, the creative director of the fashion label was a financial auditor before he ventured into fashion.
The De La Sebure brand takes pride in showcasing the African culture. It focuses on fusing African colours and European cuts to create a modern yet distinct look for men.
Though the brand is majorly a menswear brand, their kimonos and totes can be unisex. It is safe to say that the brand is halfway between African tradition and European modernism.
Top Competitors In The Market.
Selly Raby Kane.
Selly Raby Kane, is a Senegalese fashion designer with fierce creativity that she channels into her designs. Though not in Burkina Faso, Kane’s brand is doing so well and gaining grounds in West Africa.
Cartoon-like yet surreal, Selly Raby Kane combines interesting Senegalese fashion trends. She merges traditional and modern styles too and her prices are not over the top.
Suwannapha, is a fashion designer from Thailand who studied fashion in Paris before he relocated to South Africa.
Easy to spot by the colourful prints, his first menswear collection was launched last February in Cape Town. The collection was a great success. In it, he mixed colours and cultures, modern African print and bright colours.
MaXhosa By Laduma
MaXhosa by Laduma is a South African knitwear label created in 2010. Laduma is not just a designer, he is an artist too and he expresses his creativity through his designs. He is gaining grounds in West Africa too.
The De La Sebure brand is a very classy and affordable brand with prices ranging between $50 to $350.
Mode of Operations.
Kimonos, suits, chemises and turbans, De La Sébure places the African fabrics at the heart of its concept especially with the Burkina woven loincloth, Faso Dan Fani.
De La Sebure is concerned about the economic and social development of Burkina Faso and it contributes its own quota through sales to international clients.
Clothes can be shopped and ordered right from their website and be delivered to your doorstep.
How The Brand Is Impacting The Continient
By using African prints, the brand promotes a sense of confidence amongst African folks. He is promoting cultural African attires for the world to behold and rever.