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GLITZ AFRICA FASHION WEEK: HIGHLIGHTS AND MORE

GLITZ AFRICA FASHION WEEK: HIGHLIGHTS AND MORE

The Glitz Africa Fashion Week ended two days ago on the 8th of October, 2017. The three-day fashion event is one of the biggest fashion events in Africa and was held at the Kempinski Hotel. Before the actual event, there was also a GATF street show on the 5th.

Days ago, we wrote about Aboutthatcurvylife.com ATCL, presenting three Nigerian brands at the Glitz Africa Fashion Week 2017 – and showcasing the first ever inclusion of plus-size fashion apparel in the history of Glitz Africa Fashion Week. While that got everyone looking forward to the event, there were other major highlights.

With the way the event went and all the beautiful pieces that were showcased. It seems vibrant, colourful and perfectly tailored outfits will be taking a huge amount of space in our wardrobes. Especially because these pieces were made by some of the best designers from across Africa. These include TUBO from Nigeria, David Tlale from South Africa and Atto Tetteh from Ghana.

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Day One saw the designers Quuophi Akotuah, Sante Trends, Yale Woody, Yhebe Designs, Monsieur Barros, Jants Collection, Nallem Clothing, Madlyn Mode and Nadrey Laurent.

Day Two had a business of fashion seminar panel discussion, fashion graduate shows, a private presentation by Tiffany Amber Culture, and then runway shows by Maybelline New York, Kamsi Tcharles, Awovi GH, Bosi & Charles, Abrante The Gentleman, Aboutthatvcurvylife Collection, David Tlale and another private presentation by Christie Brown.

Day Three was the final day of the catwalks, with attires showcased on the runway from designers like Jason Porshe, Afro Mood Trends, Rois N Reine, Nuraniya, Atto Tetteh, TUBO, Chocolate Clothing, Mai Atafo/Weddings and Duaba Serwa.

This year’s Glitz Africa Fashion Week is produced by LDJ productions, organizers of New York Fashion Week. The event is aimed to bring together both established and upcoming designers in Ghana and across the African continent on one platform to showcase their designs to an international audience.

 

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