AmaniDC

An African Fair Trade Boutique in Washington, DC

It’s the small things.

It's the small things.

Barbara Franceski, a local interior designer, stopped by last week for a focus group. We had a great conversation about design, color, and the little details that make us fall in love with an Amani product. Thanks for visiting and sharing about Amani on your blog, Barbara!

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This entry was posted on April 4, 2012 by in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , .

Hours & Info

(202) 536-5303

Tuesday-Friday:
12pm-7pm

Saturday:
10am-4pm

Sunday-Monday:
Closed

AmaniDC Instagram

#amanidc #africa #africanmade #springdress #spring #springfashion #amaniyajuu #dc #dcdmv #dcboutique #dcfashion #fairtrade #fairtradefashion #pencilskirt #mountpleasant Last night, #amanidc was invited to be the #philanthropic beneficiaries of #americanuniversity 's #sis African Ambassadorial Dinner and Discussion. Thank you, students of the Africa Initiative, for inviting us! #donors #africa #ambassadors #dcevents #schoolofinternationalservices #dc #development #kitchen by #amanidc Oo-lala! A stylish lady sporting #onemangotree tank and skirt and #amaniyajuu scarf and necklace, available now at #amanidc ! #spring

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