MyAsho Presents The Afro Fashionista’s Gift Guide


Get the perfect gift this holiday season from Afro-chic etailer MyAsho.Com. Stocking unique, handmade gifts to suit all budgets from leading African designers including Jewel by Lisa, Ituen Basi and more.

London UK, 30th November 2010 – MyAsho.Com, presents the perfect gifts for lovers of African Fashion.

We have gift sets to suit all budgets – ranging from the £25 gift to the £250 gift. Included in these sets are unique, limited edition items by Africa’s “most innovative” designer Ituen Basi and R&B songstress Kelis favourite Jewel by Lisa. Also included are beautiful handmade clutches by Aimas, scarves by Urbanknit and gift cards with an African twist by Caxton Alile Design, which can be personalised with your private message.


The MyAsho.Com Site (derived from the Yoruba word “aso” meaning cloth and pronounced “ash-awe”) is the first to connect global customers to the fast-growing African fashion industry. Launched in June 2009, visitors to MyAsho.Com are able to view and purchase items from top African womenswear designers and receive purchased products anywhere in the world within 24 hours.

Aimed at women aged 18 – 45, stocks items for every occasion including casual and evening wear, bags, belts and jewellery. Products on the Site are ethically hand-crafted and produced in limited quantities, meaning customers can always be assured to find high-quality, inspired boutique style pieces at very affordable prices.

JEWEL BY LISA is fast becoming the young African brand to watch. Their “affordable luxury” collections are worn by the likes of R&B songstress Kelis, Dawn Richards of P Diddy group Dirty Money and Solange Knowles. Their pieces are ethically crafted using cotton print fabrics and embellished using sequins, beads and leather, which are all carefully hand sewn onto the fabric. Their current AW10 collection is currently available to purchase exclusively on


CAXTON ALILE design and create simple greeting cards which are now stocked on MyAsho.Com. These cards are unique and represent African culture and humour.



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