Michelle Ngonmo Named One of Vogue’s “100 Innovators”

“Exclusivity should never be exclusionary. In Italian fashion, nobody has been more central to spreading that message — and actioning real change — than Michelle Francine Ngonmo.”

We are elated to announce that Afrofashion Association founder Michelle Francine Ngonmo has been named by Vogue Business as one of their 100 Innovators for 2022! The changemakers on this list challenge what it means to be successful in the worlds of fashion and beauty. Michelle was awarded in the Next-gen Entrepreneurs and Agitators category, alongside visionaries including Lagos Fashion Week founder Omoyemi Akerele, Parson School of Design’s Fashion Dean Ben Barry, Early Majority founder Joy Howard, fashion history activist Shelby Ivey Christie, and more.

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