Senegal's Dakar Fashion Week Takes Style Back to the Streets
The event's founder, Senegalese designer Adama Paris, says the street parade is her favorite because she gets to take fashion back to the streets where it belongs. At least 11 designers from nine countries participated to show off their new lines.
VOA, 3 July 2017
One of Dakar Fashion Week’s biggest events is free and high-end — a fashion show in a working class neighborhood. The event’s founder, Senegalese designer Adama… Read more »
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- 2 July 2017
One of Dakar Fashion Week's biggest events is free - a fashion show in working class neighborhood, Niary Tally. The event's founder, Senegalese ... see more »
A model gets ready to walk during Dakar Fashion Week's "Street Show," in the Niary Tally neighborhood of Dakar.
Local youth watch models on the catwalk at Dakar Fashion Week's "Street Show," which is open to the public, in the Niary Tally neighborhood.
Adama Paris, designer and founder of Dakar Fashion Week, June 29, 2017.