Juliet Namujju

Position: Kimuli Fashionability

Juliet Namujju is the CEO of Kimuli Fashionability, a Ugandan fashion label on a mission to create a world made better with recyclable fashion.

Her story started with the loss of both her parents at an early stage of her life. While growing up, her grandmother who was a tailor taught her how to sew from waste. With the funds from sewing, she was able to fund her high school education and take a short course in Fashion and Design.

Juliet’s business, Kimuli Fashionability which is founded to create an equal opportunity for people with disabilities and for environmental conservation through recycling has been featured on CNN’s African Voices Changemakers. Currently, Juliet Namujju is selling her fashion in Uganda, Germany and Poland. In the future, she also wants to open up markets in Austria or even the United States.


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