Thursday, February 20, 2020

TOGHU PRINT

Toghu Print

The Toghu print or Atoghu fabric is one of Cameroon’s most popular print. This is because of the beautiful texture of the fabric and it rich feel on the skin. Furthermore, the Toghu has gained attention outside Cameroon with the birth of social media. Comparatively, with other traditional Cameroon prints and fabrics, the Toghu is much loved across Cameroon. Atoghu or Toghu depending on where you are from in Cameroon is mostly worn by royalty in the North West Province and Western Province of Cameroon. Here, you will find all the Toghu fabric styles, beautiful toghu designs and best atoghu dressmakers in Cameroon.




BlueCrest School of Fashion and design

Afrik Fashion Trend Graduates From Accra’s BlueCrest School Of Fashion And Dedicates Graduation Collection...

Cameroonian fashion designer Sulet Nkafu officially graduates from BlueCrest School of Fashion and Design. BlueCrest stands as one of Ghana's leading school...

Sha Sha New is back with Latest Toghu Lookbook Collection: A blend of culture...

Toghu Styles Fashion Designer Sha Sha New has released her latest three Piece Toghu lookbook of Toghu Print. The collection offers a three-piece set which...
JAJA CREATIONS (The Next Big Thing) Debut Their Brand With Atoghu Accessories

With Atoghu Accessories This Beautiful, Your Next Red-Carpet Outfit Should Be Anything But Boring....

ATOGHU ACCESSORIES  Mammypi is here again for another stop at the Toghu Metro. We have been keeping our promise to you about keeping you in...
Atoghu Look-book Collection #toghu

ShaSha Design Drops Latest Toghu Look book Collection

Fashion Designer SHASHA Designs Atoghu Look Book Designer ShaSha New drops atoghu male-inspired lookbook featuring ready-to-wear pieces, a haute dress, and a hat. The collection...
Toghu Print Clothing Styles

This Toghu Inspired One-Shoulder Evening Gown by ShaSha Designs Is about to be Everyone’s...

As we all know, the Toghu print clothing from Cameroon is taking over the African fashion scene.  Given that, the Toghu print...