Namujju wins award for her transparent mask  innovation

Namujju showcases a raincoat made out of African fabric and sugar bag, a transparent mask and laptop bags in her workshop.  PHOTOS/PHIONAH  NASSANGA. 

What you need to know:

  • Juliet Namujju is the founder of Kimuli Fashionability, a sustainable fashion house that recycles waste into durable garment and accessories such as raincoats, shopping and laptop bags. Her innovation has won her awards and recognition.  

Located off Maya Road in Mpigi District, Kimuli Fashionability is a designer fashion house that employs persons with disabilities. 
It is here that people cycle waste products, mostly plastics, into African fashionable clothing.  
The fashion house is premised in one of the residential houses in Busembe zone, off Maya Town; it has been partitioned into three sections; the garage serving as the workshop and part of the living room as a store for the finished products. 


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