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We warned you that you were

not ready for what was coming in June, and still we took you off your guard! The Mix has turned 1 in the most original and unique way and this couldn’t passed unnoticed!
Many of you have entered The Jungle with us from June 18th to June 26th and it was an amazing experience.
Our vision is the source of our inspiration
, it is our foundation. “Art in The Jungle” has materialized part of this vision of seeing young African creators flourish (Larry Jay, Yidana Collections and Planterina), by supporting one another and proposing things that embrace our core values, such as sustainability, community wise initiatives and aesthetic. Not only this installation was the occasion to put the spotlight on these young creatives, but also to raise awareness and have this conversation about how the African fashion industry can continue its development whilst implementing measures, in the process of creating (designers) and consuming (customers).
Nuel Bans (founder of DEBONAIR AFRIK), Christy Ukata (Content Creator & Media Personality) & Akuvi Adjabs (Freelance Fashion Writer) lead the audience through this art / fashion talk. Their share their point of view and gave some tips to the public whom interrogations were more solution-oriented. We were glad to see how engaged and concerned the audience was. This was even more obvious when the panelist made us understood that, beyond the political aspects, what will definitely make an impact is actually the actions that we, as individuals, will take, out of self-awareness and from our will to be educated and educate others on the topic and ways to challenge, the current degraded state of the environment.
Here is a sneak peak of “Art In The Jungle” for those of you who couldn’t make it and for those of you who wanted to keep the record of this memorable project.

The Mix Celebrated its 1st anniversary with an incredible theme around sustainability and community support " Art In The Jungle" A Contemporary Fashion Exhibition 
Still in the jungle, we received the NFL for a unique dinner
Moreover we close the month with the Tony Blair Foundation by welcoming the Women in Tech program that promotes, support and advocates for more feminine representation in Tech in Africa 

In July we are looking at more Art, more local talent that are community oriented and have in mind to grow in their work and create awareness about our environment and our people.
Finally yet importantly, our menus have been subjects of notable changes. We have added new flavors on the regular menu, modulated the Brunch Menu in a different way and added a Ghanaian breakfast option, with classical local dishes and some more exotic delicacies. In addition our Weekly Special menu which is curated every week by our team of polyvalent chefs, is the perfect occasion for you to try different African savory dishes 
During this vacation time, The Mix will be open so do not hesitate to visit us anytime.

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