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African Fashion: Event celebrates London's cultural heritage

London has become an important venue for the African fashion industry. Every year since 2011 African Fashion Week London has showcased both established and up and coming designers, and acts as a shop window for their talents, helping them connect with the global market. Simon McGregor-Wood went to take a look. #Africa #Fashion #London

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