Amira Rasool is a freelance writer, content creator and entrepreneur currently based in Cape Town, South Africa. She has worked with several notable publications including: Vogue, Teen Vogue, i-D Magazine, V Magazine, Women's Wear Daily (WWD), The FADER, Marie Claire South Africa, Milk.XYZ, and more.
Her choice of content focuses primarily on fashion, travel, music, visual arts and social justice. As a frequent traveler, Amira maintains a personal blog and Youtube page where she documents her travels under the hashtag #AmiraStayTrippin.
Amira attended Rutgers University, where she received a B.A. in African American and African Studies and graduated with honors. She is currently pursuing a Master of Philosophy in African Studies at University of Cape Town.
Amira is currently working as the Content Director at Afriquette, and preparing for the September 2018 launch of The Folklore, an e-commerce website focused on distributing designer brands from Africa and the diaspora.