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Generalize a new form of modernized African fashion through unique creations. Imagined by ambitious women and then made by small local hands from high-end fabrics, each collection is the combination of elegant, trendy and bold pieces.
means audacity, proximity and know-how for all!
Values we stand for
Highlighting multicultural fashion is our wish! The one where all combinations are allowed, without judgment or prejudice. Dare to associate colors, patterns, styles to let freely express our multiple identity, our personality, our tastes and finally our origins.
Accessible to all
Generalizing the Made in Africa is our will! We want to promote African craftsmanship in the world and give it even more legitimacy on the international fashion industry. Thanks to our collections at affordable prices, we give access to African clothing to all, for all
Strong & Feminine
Claim women's rights is our priority! In Africa, the fashion industry employs many women, providing them with a vital source of income daily. Nevertheless, discrimination and inequality remain major challenges that should not be overlooked.
The day it all begins ...
The story begins here
Fascinated by the bright and powerful colors of the Kaba'Ngondo that her mother wore. As a child, the founder was dreaming of an Ankara fabric that could be her and which would reflect the elegant, dynamic and ambitious young woman that she would embody.
The beginning of a beautiful adventure
From this wish was born PagneAtHome. Initially sold through home party selling, the idea was to share her African origins through carefully selected fabrics, prints rich in history and singular creations.
Don't give up
Didn’t expecting to stop there, her ambition was clear: to promote and make accessible the tradition of African know-how beyond its borders thanks to the modernization of emblematic pieces and online sales.
A dream come true
PagneAtHome offers unique collections that have already win the heart of thousands of customers around the world! A great pride for her founder who wishes to carry on the textile industry in Africa and to generalize this ancestral know-how that she loves so much.