Means “Young Woman” in Swahili, a language dating back to the 18th century that was born of blended cultures including Africans, Arabs, and Europeans and is used in different countries across Africa to this day.
We are a global village of women coming together to build bridges across the world: sharing cultures and building self-sustaining local communities.
Our vision of multiculturalism ...
... is applied to fashion through clothing that fuses modern aesthetics with the richness of cultures.
Our clothing is an expression of the joy and freedom of the women who make it and those who wear it.
Beyond fashion, Msichana serves as a channel for people to share and discover authentic cultural experiences through travel, art, food, music and literature.