Meet The Creators Of Limegreen


Entrepreneurs Talima Davis and Allison Lamb are on a mission to provide healthy, sustainable, and all natural skincare products with their new line Limegreen. Inspired by their grandmothers, they thought that the best way to serve is by making skincare products meant to be used in a variety of areas, rather than specializing on a specific area of the body. They ask, “Why do single, when you can do multi?” And the answer to that question is you shouldn’t! Each of their cleansing, moisturizing, and refreshing products can be used on your body, face, or hands without a question of its effectiveness. So whether you’re in need of some all natural, vegan soap to bust some suds or some essential oils for your hair or beard, Limegreen is the brand for you. And to top it off, these phenomenal women are being featured on Project Runway: Fashion Startup, because they’re just that lit! In the meantime, please consider showing your support with some dollars!

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Akosua Afriyie-Kumi – A Ghanaian Handbag Designer Turning Traditional Hand-Weaving Techniques Into Luxury Must-Have Accessories


A K S was founded by talented designer, Akosua Afriyie-Kumi, with the goal of introducing the world to the weaving techniques done by the women of Ghana, while also creating and igniting sustainable jobs within Africa. Handcrafted in Bolgatanga, A A K S creates bags in styles that maintain the spirit and durability of their ancestral counterparts characterized by bright exuberant colours.


Akosua recently shared her inspiring startup story with Lionesses of Africa….

How did your own entrepreneurial journey start? Do you come from an entrepreneurial background?


I grew up in beautiful sunny Ghana and art was a love from an early age, even though I also harboured a dream of being a pilot. Being top of the art class almost every year was a sign to me to pursue art in some form. So I left Ghana for London to study and expand my knowledge in art and design, be around other creative individuals, and to learn and develop as much as I could.

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