I first met Abdourahman Njie AKA Yagamoto (or Abdou, or Yaga for short) in Gambia in 2011 or so, in my living room. My brother had said he met someone like us,
The moment we have all been waiting for is here! The GUAP Gala 2023 theme is out. Last year’s theme Fairytales and Folklore was perfect for the first ever gala. It brought
Cast your mind back to earlier this year. It’s January 16th, 8:39am. You’ve snoozed your alarm four times already, but you still can’t bear to get up. Twelve minutes ago, after snooze
Over the last three decades, streetwear in Africa has morphed from a niche and DIY-centric movement into a booming market that is quickly catching the attention of the rest of the world.
London has long been seen as the forward-thinking capital of fashion. Birthing designers like the late, great Vivienne Westwood & Alexander McQueen, and some that emerged in more recent years such as
"This body of work is based on my immediate family growing up in South London in the late 90s - early 2000s. I wanted to express my influences in fashion and music,
Daily Paper release lookbook debuting their AW22 collection' Identities Rebuilt' inspired by heritage, community and identity as the brand celebrates its ten-year anniversary.
EDITORIAL: Self-Projection by Koya Adebanjo
OINT is GUAP's new fashion talk show featuring a group of four fashion enthusiasts and professionals discussing events and style trends à la mode.
Meet Paul Joseph Harper, better known as PJ Harper, the elusive artist behind the beautiful sculptures of Black women we've all seen.
In 2022 almost every career path is accessible; if not by traditional means, social media is a viable alternative route you can take. It is still a road less travelled, but if
CAUSING A RACKET, a mini-doc by GUAP. We look into three young black tennis players’ experiences with the sport. The success of young players such as Naomi Osaka and Emma Raducanu in the