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Rwanda Fashion Week will celebrate a one-week event with designs from Commonwealth countries



Rwanda Fashion Week will celebrate a one week event with designs from Commonwealth countries

THE RWANDA FASHION WEEK is set to happen during the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) and will celebrate designers from the commonwealth member states.

The one-week event will be gone to by nearby and international fashion designers, through the Commonwealth Business Forum (CBF) fashion panel which is to happen at the Atelier, Kimihurura on June 21.

The Commonwealthmarket place and Photography display will occur from June 22-25, while the Rwanda Fashion week runway show will happen on 23 at BK arena, Commonwealth marketplace, and Photography exhibition on June 23 and is supposed to be gone to by more than 800 delegates.

The event will be gone to by 23 nearby brands among those seven neighborhood brands are taking part in the Fashion Week runway show, and nine international brands from the UK, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Jamaica, and South Africa.

Among the neighborhood designers to participate in the show are Haute Baso, Sonia Mugabo, Inzuki, Rwanda Clothing, Uzi Collection, Izubaa, and Amike.

International brands that will take part in corporate South Africa’s Pichulik, Kenyan designers Kiko Romeo, Amu Clothing, Jamaican designers Keneea Linton George, Nigeria’s Pepper Row, and Dye Lab, Ghana’s Larry Jay, and the designers from the UK, Georgia Hardinge, and Maximilian Raynor.

As per the Pierra A Ntayombya the Co-founder behind collectiveRw an organization that advances the imaginative area, the Rwanda Fashion Week will be occurring in two primary venues, the Commonwealth Marketplace and Photography Exhibition at Atelier (Kimihurura), which will be open for delegates and the overall population from June 22 – 23. The final runway show will occur at BK Arena.

She added that the show will include 16 designers from Africa, the Caribbean, and the UK. It will be a fashion experience that curates and reflects the visions of notable designers from Rwanda and other Commonwealth countries. The runway show is motivated by the themes of CHOGM 2022 and features both laid out and arising designers.

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