FAQ

Q: Do you accept custom made orders?

A: We stock a diverse range of products which are of great quality and style. If you require something specific we may be able to help and we will do our best. 60% of our products are handmade here in London with the remainder being hand made in Africa (e.g. Ghana, Gambia); we have a team of skilled tailors based in London who may be able to create bespoke items. Please contact us on be_london@outlook.com for further enquiries.

Q: Do you collaborate with other designers?

A: All our products at Be-London are designed in house however we are open to third party collaborations therefore please contact us at be_london@outlook.com for further discussions.

Q. How secure is this online store?

belondonfashion.com is uses SSL protocol (secure sockets layer) protects your personal information by encrypting it automatically. We also use secure payment systems such as PayPal to manage your payments.

Q: How can I make payments on your website?

A: We accept major credit cards such as Mastercard, Visa, American express as well as direct payments through PaypPal.

Q: Do you have a shop?

A: Be-London’s registered address is Unit 12A, Artworks Elephant Road
London, SE17 1AY United Kingdom, just 2mins from the Elephant and Castle underground/over ground station.

Q. Where do you ship?

Orders are delivered in various countries around the world. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions and Delivery Policy for more information, or contact us at be_london@outlook.com.

Q: Who are Be- London?

A: Be-London is a unique clothing brand which merges African and Western wear to create fashion that is as inspirational and as distinctive as young women of Britain. It is characterized by graphic prints and bold colours which command attention and promotes individuality. Our aim is to provide never before seen trends and make available the opportunity to expand wardrobe size and provide choice.

We want to make African prints easy to wear and accessible to all. We use traditional textiles such as wax prints, tie dies and batiks to create our clothing. Each fabric is carefully selected and tested to ensure that it is of the highest quality.   The prints are diverse and the patterns usually tell a story or they may represent certain aspects of the African culture.

Q: Where do your products come from?

A: 60% of our products are handmade here in London with the remainder being hand made in Africa (e.g. Ghana, Gambia).