Fashion Zulu Boutique
Discover modern African inspired fashion in a wide range of colors for women including plus size, pregnant and baby. From kente dresses to wax print skirts and dashiki accessories.
Founders Salma Sherif and Leila Khalifeh use their background in Design to create artsy fashion pieces for multi dimensional people who are never afraid of expressing themselves.
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Founded by Salma Sherif and Leila Khalifeh, Zulu Madame creates artsy fashion pieces for multi-dimensional people who embrace their differences and power in all of their forms. They strive to make women feel their most confident selves and use their pieces as a platform for change. The label is based in Johannesburg, South Africa. They recently partnered with Nubian Hueman, a modern boutique that sells African apparel, to bring their fashion to the United States.
About the Designers
Fashion Zulu Boutique is designed by Salma Sherif and Leila Khalifeh, two artists and designers who are always on the search for design inspiration. They merged their studies in Design and Marketing to create loud and daring fashion pieces that encourage people to never settle for anything less than their most confident selves.
Papy Kaluw, founder of Urban Zulu House, was born into a family where being in the arts and not an engineering or science discipline was considered a major disgrace. This was the reason why he dropped out of university and learned to make his own living from skills that he taught himself.
He uses these skills to produce unique pieces that celebrate African heritages and arts. He now has his own shop in the heart of Market Theatre where you can find him just past Next and opposite Warren James. He has a passion for helping other young entrepreneurs to achieve their dreams and has established his fashion label as a platform to do so.
About the Collections
From dresses in kente fabric for the wedding to pencil skirts in african wax print for work to baby and men African inspired outfits we carry it all. We also carry modern african clothing for plus size women and pregnant women. We carry african fashion accessories such as batik headwraps and clutch bags, kente and dashiki hats and scarves.
According to the book Forty Years Among the Zulus, in old days when the bride was a virgin she would wear a belt of ox hide from which were suspended tufts of monkeys’ tails and the skins of wild cats, a bunch of feathers or the skin of a dog; all in all her dress was covered with animal skins and furs. She’d adorn herself with beads and wear a small apron in the back of her upper thigh.
About the Brand
The brand aims to unite Africans across the globe through their clothes. They use their stories to inspire their customers and show them the meaning behind the designs. They are constantly looking for design inspiration and collaborating with ethical manufacturers.
Papy Kaluw started the company in Johannesburg, South Africa, after dropping out of university for lack of funds. He taught himself how to use a sewing machine and has since taken his business global. They recently partnered with Nubian Hueman, an urban boutique store featuring African apparel in Washington DC, United States.
The designers, Leila Khalifeh and Salma Sherif created the brand to speak to a community of people that are multi dimensional in their thoughts and actions. They use their studies in Design and Marketing to create loud and daring fashion pieces. The designs communicate that people can be their most powerful selves regardless of any limitations put on them. They also inspire others to never settle for the status quo.Read More