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THE NEXT BIG THING, BOUJEE STREETWEAR

By: Loide Ambondo

Although much of the brand’s origins are unknown, others are showing promise as a new Namibian fashion face.

Namibia is a country with many talented people in terms of fashion, which is why we have so many local brands 

From the local well-known brands Feelingz Country, Thumbs Up, and Genuine Hustler yo mention a few We all know there are endless numbers of local brands, but there is one that needs to be in everybody’s mouth.

Boujee Streetwear is a new clothing brand that started in September 2019, and the reason behind the brand is that it started” a dream that one day I’m going to go big and work with other streetwear brands’.’

‘’There is no store yet, but an online store is going to be launched later this year,” Mathew Haukongo the founder says.

When it comes to most of the Namibian brands, they’re not said to be foreign because they’re only local products. Boujee Streetwear is exceptional in that no other Namibian or African individual has ever done such a concept and the rainbow is unique in that.

For the time being, they consist only of the Rainbow Design and the Take No Shit design. If you find yourself needing a shirt to support local, you can DM Boujee Streetwear today! The Rainbow shirts are N$ 180 and N$ 200 for Take No Shit.

So what are you waiting for today to get yourself a shirt, since streetwear is the world’s new fashion style?

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