The season’s latest designs will be showcased at Nairobi Fashion Week (NFW) at the Sarit Expo Center in November 2022. From Friday 25th November to Sunday 27th November, new collections from 25 designers will be presented on the runway.On the basis of
It’s been six seasons since the 2013 Nairobi Fashion Week kicked off, according to founder and creative director James Bryan. “Over the years, NFW has proven to be a welcome platform for aspiring and accomplished designers and fashion fans. is an indelible hell of glitz and glamour.
Rose Palhares from Angola
Rose Palhares was born in Angola and moved to Portugal when she was 12. She has always been fascinated by fashion design since childhood and she trained in Brazil. She started her profession as a hairdresser in her home country, fulfilling her childhood desires.
With studios in Lisbon and Luanda, he currently spends his time in two countries. Palhares performance on the second day.
Nonnistics in Nigeria
Atelier of Lagos Nonye of Nonnisistics used to work in a bank, where she excelled in mathematics. She now applies that same dedication to the fields of fashion and design.Nonye was born, raised and attended school in Owerri, Imo.
Nonye was born, raised and attended school in Owerri, Imo. She recently presented at New York Fashion Week.On November 26th, check out her SS23 collection at her fashion week in Nairobi.
Kema Chetu from Kenya
Chema Chetu is a Kenyan leather goods company known for its incredibly imaginative yet useful bags, totes and purses. Evelyne Wanjiku is the brand’s creator and chief her designer.
Evelyne’s brand is a woman-led, women-inspired business that combines her artistic vision and fine arts training to empower communities one leather book and bag at a time. On Friday 25th May, Kema Chetu presents the SS23 collection at Nairobi Fashion Week.
Mod Headquarters in Ghana
After seeing Elsa Klensch’s Style on CNN in the 1980s, Ghanaian designer Ami Tonye Yomekpe became fascinated by all things fashion. She was fascinated by global fashion, designer interviews, backstage passes and models on international runways.
But it was a chance encounter while writing her dissertation that started her fashion adventure. That was much later. The late Kofi Anser, a pioneer and renowned Ghanaian fashion designer who revolutionized business in Ghana, became her mentor and inspired her to follow her passion after a series of interviews.
A trained architect, Ami later founded her company Afromod Trends, recently renamed MOD, and made her second appearance at Nairobi Fashion Week 2022.
Rossley from Angola
Rossely was born in Luanda, Angola and raised in Portugal and England. She is in Luanda, Angola and in 2015 she decided to start her Pretah. Pretah is a brand that celebrates her love of retro and vintage fashion and her African heritage.
In 2015 in Luanda, Angola she decided to start Pretah. Pretah is a brand that celebrates her love of retro and vintage fashion and her African heritage. On the 25th, the SS23 collection was announced at Nairobi Fashion Week.
Andrea Galante of Agonla
Born in Angola, Andrea Galante spent her early afternoons with her grandmother, who was a seamstress, and learned her first knots for dolls and children’s clothes.
Feminine sensuality is emphasized by her lines using satin fabrics, lace, glitter and bold cuts. In 2017, she turned to the wedding industry.
At Nairobi Fashion Week 2022, Andrea presents the SS23 collection on Thursday 26th June.
This season of NFW is expected to draw more viewers than previous seasons.
25 designers from Kenya, South Africa, Togo, Benin, USA, Nigeria, Ghana, Angola, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Côte d’Ivoire, Switzerland and more will be on display.
“I am very excited about this show.
It’s my first time to participate, so I’m really looking forward to it. I look forward to meeting other designers and fashion fans.
A portion of ticket sales for Nairobi Fashion Week (NFW) will be donated to help esophageal cancer patients.
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