What does it take to occupy a space in the industry without losing who you are and where you come from? Asanda Sizani, a celebrated African Fashion editor, curator, style consultant and culturist gives insight into her career and how she is authentically herself no matter what space she is occupying globally and locally. Her poise, nature, and determination has led her to create progressive lanes for young African women within the creative space.

Video shot by Ricardo Marcus Knipe and Edited by Nic Rawhani