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AFWL AFRICA FASHION WEEK LONDON 2018

September 2 2018 , Written by Caro Sika Published on #carosika, #fashion week, #fashion, #interview, #afroculture, #2018, #AFWL

Representing Afro Culture at AFWL London 2018 on Friday 10th and Saturday 11th August 2018 at Freemason's Hall was a real treat. Afro Culture's mission is to showcase and connect diasporic talents and this Fashion Show is all about promoting African and African-inspired design talent. Since its launch in 2011, AFWL has already showcased over 800 emerging designers and exhibitors from all over Africa, Europe and the Americas.

We partnered with Graphik Vision to capture the feel of the day, as well as amazing designs and concepts ( See above youtube link).

I particularly enjoyed seeing some African Royals, such as Queen Diambi Kabatusuila Tshiyoyo Muata of Kasai Kingdom of Democratic Republic of Congo, participating and contributing to the event.

We love to see proud Africans boosting their economy and talents.

See picture below and link for more info on AFWL.

 

 

Queen Diambi Kabatusuila Tshiyoyo Muata in the middle wearing her royal diadem

Queen Diambi Kabatusuila Tshiyoyo Muata in the middle wearing her royal diadem

About AFWL

Founded in 2011 by Ronke Ademiluyi, Africa Fashion Week London (AFWL) is Europe's largest fashion event promoting and nurturing African and African-inspired design talent.

With a collaborative catwalk, exhibition and business development program, AFWL has led the way in highlighting Africa’s emerging designers and apparel industry and has been at the forefront of bringing awareness of Africa’s burgeoning fashion industry to the international market.

Since 2011, AFWL has hosted 8 catwalk events and contributed expertise to at least 10 more events produced by 3rd parties such as The Mayor of London’s Black History Month celebrations.

We have also showcased over 800 emerging designers & exhibitors, from Africa, Europe and America, to almost 70,000 visitors including buyers, retailers, influential industry professionals, and the media and is now a highlight on the annual fashion calendar.

Princess Ronke Ademiluyi, founder and CEO of Africa Fashion Week London

Princess Ronke Ademiluyi, founder and CEO of Africa Fashion Week London

Caro Sika at AFWL LONDON 2018

Caro Sika at AFWL LONDON 2018

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