Kenya Fashion: The Return Of Nairobi Fashion Week After A Four-year Hiatus.

The Concord Hotel and Suites will host the fourth season of Nairobi Fashion Week called ‘Mama Africa’ on November 26th.

From 19:00 to 22:00 on both days, 6 designers from the Netherlands and other countries will present their original works.
We are delighted to reveal this year’s display.

After a four-year hiatus, Nairobi Fashion Week presents the season’s latest collections at the Sarit Expo Center in November.
From November 25th to November 27th, 25 designers will present their latest products.
Their countries of origin include Kenya, South Africa, Togo, Benin, United States, Nigeria, Ghana, Angola, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Ivory Coast and Switzerland.

We are always striving to achieve more and provide satisfying entertainment for both our clients and guests, so it will be better than last time.NFW Founder Joseph Bryan According to the report, there are five designers from Kenya participating this year, the rest from Africa and one from the Netherlands.

Pop-up exhibitions are also part of the two-day event, allowing visitors to meet designers and exhibitors any time before the show.

NFW is now in its sixth season since its inception in 2013.
Over the years, NFW has established itself as a welcoming environment for both aspiring and established designers, as well as fashion fans, according to founder and creative director James Bryan.

“Our aim is to promote Nairobi as the fashion district of Africa,” he said, to establish an ecosystem among stockers and designers.

This year’s event will be showcased under the adaptable topic ‘Blueprints’, ensuring a global presence with a wide range of culturally inspired content from within and outside Kenya.

According to Brian, the purpose of the theme is to vividly portray the designer’s cultural landmarks and experiences through unique creations.

“A stunning collection of designs befitting the theme will be on display. The occasion offers a sense of elegance.
Fashion, art, textiles and industry will all be affected, as well as provide a fertile environment for professions to thrive. ”
Kenyan designer Eva Wanjiru of Chema Chetu Leather expressed her excitement about the exhibition.

“I’m meeting other designers for the first time, and I’m looking forward to doing the same for other fashion fans.”
A portion of Nairobi Fashion Week ticket sales will go to support esophageal cancer patients.

According to Brian, Kenyatta University’s Teaching, Research and Referral Hospital Cancer Center ensures a positive impact on the community.

Content provided by: NFW & NFH

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