The Star (Nairobi)

2 November 2012

Kenya: Safari Fashion Week to Hit Three Cities

Photo: Muthoni Njuki/Capital FM
Safari Fashion Week models wearing Harriet Muthoni collection.

Safari Fashion Week will be hosted in three cities to provide a platform to creative designers to showcase their art work and talents. The show will also open networking opportunities for designers, fashion students, stakeholders, surrounding communities and the media.

The Kisumu show will be held on November 3 followed by the Mombasa show which will take place on November 10. It will all culminate in a major event in Nairobi which is scheduled to take place on November 14 at the Carnivore grounds.

The goal this year is to promote Kenyan beauty and culture through fashion. The annual event organised by the Association of Fashion Designers in Kenya whose aim is to create awareness about the fashion industry.

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