Anrette Ngafor obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Salford Manchester. Prior to Salford University, she attended Manchester College of Arts and Technology where she obtained a BTec in Arts & Design and Interiors.
Anrette was given the opportunity to work for a few fashion houses after obtaining her degree. She was a fashion assistant at Top shop, a trainee fashion stylist at Mango, manager and in-house stylist at Karen Millen. She also worked at OK magazine on a paid internship as a fashion cupboard supervisor where she gained the expertise that led to the birth of her personal fashion brand – Liiberlondon in 2010.
In addition to being a stylist and fashion designer, Anrette is the co-founder of Cube Restaurant, a philanthropist, motivational speaker, fitness coach, and an advocate for women’s rights.
In 2010, Arnette relocated to Cameroon to assist the young girls in her community. The catalyst was when she realized that there was a limited number of young girls who attended vocational schools. The massive gap prompted Arnette to rebrand her family-owned technical institution which catered to individuals between the ages of 9 and 20 years old. In order to create awareness, Anrette took it upon herself to educate the parents in underserved communities on the importance of empowering their young girls. Arnette was able to increase her student count through this ongoing effort.
Arnette resides in Bamenda with her husband. In her spare time, she enjoys walking her dog and experimenting with creative food recipes.