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Allman, J., 2004. Fashioning Africa: Power and the Politics of Dress. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. https://www.worldcat.org/title/fashioning-africa-power-and-the-politics-of-dress/oclc/54079857

Alphadi, 2016. Alphadi: putting Africa’s creativity on the world map [Interview] (18 May 2016). https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000248173

Craik, J., 1993. The face of Fashion: Cultural studies in Fashion. London: Routeledge https://www.routledge.com/The-Face-of-Fashion-Cultural-Studies-in-Fashion/Craik/p/book/9780415052627

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Jennings, H., 2011. New African Fashion. London: Prestel. Kawamura, Y., 2005. Fashion-ology: An Introduction to Fashion Studies. 1st Edition ed. Oxford: Berg. https://www.academia.edu/40368780/Fashion_ology_An_Introduction_to_Fashion_Studies_Yuniya_Kawamura20190916_44664_bscojy

Khaire, M., 2011. The Indian Fashion Industry and Traditional Indian Crafts. The Business History Review, 85(2), pp. 345-366.https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/business-history-review/article/abs/indian-fashion-industry-and-traditional-indian-crafts/84FA9C8AEC51227AF63ADB034D5C70A9

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Khaire, M., 2014. Fashioning an Industry: Socio-cognitive Processes in the Construction of Worth of a New Industry. Organization Studies, 35(1), pp. 41-74. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0170840613502766

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Rovine, V.-L., 2015. African Fashion, Global Style: Histories, Innovations, and Ideas You Can Wear.. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. https://iupress.org/9780253014092/african-fashion-global-style/

Rovine, V. L., 2009. Colonialism’s Clothing: Africa, France, and the Deployment of Fashion.. Design Issues, 25(3), pp. 44-61. https://fashionandrace.org/

Rovine, V. L., 2010. African Fashion Designers. In: J. B. E. a. D. H. Ross, ed. Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion- Africa. Oxford: Berg Publishers, p. 68–74. https://www.worldcat.org/title/berg-encyclopedia-of-world-dress-and-fashion/oclc/276221868

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