It’s a brand new year, and for many brand new goals, but for African fashion the goal being achieved still remains, become the central hub for fashion across the world, and Zimbabwe and Kenya are already making moves. If you are a traveller, live near, or in these cities, do check out the following.
Organizers of Fashion Weekend Zambia put together a beautiful networking event called meet the industry for the 22nd of February. Ever wondered who makes the Fashion Industry in Zimbabwe? Join them and network under one roof to network and swap business ideas. All happening at Queen of Hearts – 1 Corner of Hurworth Road & Enterprise Road, Harare Zimbabwe.
It’s that time of year again where women get to dress in hats and men get to show off their style in blazers. Zen Garden will be hosting its annual most fashionable 4th FASHION HIGH TEA celebrating Haute Couture in Kenya on Saturday 8th February 2014 from 2:00pm – 8:00pm.
The previous three Fashion High Tea events boast rave reviews on pizzazz, style and execution. We’ve had sell-out crowds consisting of high profile guests and personalities. The events have received extensive media coverage both locally and abroad.
The annual Fashion High Tea event is hosted to support various charitable causes. The 2011 High Tea event raised money for the women in Pumwani Maternity Hospital and in 2012 they raised money for children suffering from cancer at Kenyatta Hospital. Last year they raised money for Therapies for Kids, Funds were raised for full therapeutic care for children with special needs for a defined period of time.
Masaba (International – India) – also on the catwalk
Kastur Jewels (International – London/India)
Pink Savannah – (Kenya)
Njema Helena (Kenya) – also on the catwalk
Sangsang Fashion House (Kenya)
Suave (Kenya/India) – also on the catwalk
Kooroo (Kenya) – also on the catwalk
House of Hadassah (Kenya)
Lali Heath Millinery (East Africa)
Zuri Beauty (Kenya)
The Amazing Bazaar (Kenya)
Tara Jewels of Tibet (Kenya)