Annegret Affolderbach

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“Abundance is not held in the name of a thing or in ideas of ample quantities that we attach to affluence, but in the flow of life, in its riches of mind, body and soul in reciprocity with the creative energy of nature and the universe.” Annegret Affolderbach

“Abundance is not held in the name of a thing or in ideas of ample quantities that we attach to affluence, but in the flow of life, in its riches of mind, body and soul in reciprocity with the creative energy of nature and the universe.” Annegret Affolderbach




TIME FOR TEA
Rooibos & re-purposed  shirts

Inspired by the soothing flavours of Rooibos tea native to South Africa, this collection of gentlewomen shirts was dyed with natural Rooibos & Acorns applied to second hand shirts sourced in Kantamanto Ghana, West Africa’s largest second hand market.

shoot location: Kew Gardens, London
hairstylist: Subrina Kidd, SKH London
photographer: The Nomadic Londoner
stylist: Davina Ebikeme





LAC ROSE
natural Indigo & re-purposed  shirts

Inspired by the beauty of Lac Rose in Senegal, this collection of gentlewomen shirts was dyed with natural Indigo applied to second hand shirts sourced in Kantamanto Ghana, West Africa’s largest second hand market.



EARTH . a commission by MINI & South Africa Fashion Week

red clay & re-purposed  shirts





'sustainabiliy recharged', a masterclass on how the beauty of nature, cultural collaboration and our fashion waste can be fundamental regenerative elements in leading fashion to be a power for transformation. Using discarded gentlemen shirts, red clay and water, participants expressed what sustainability means to them personally.