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Fashion Week Las Vegas

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Here is the Host of Ankara Fest La 2013, Tzebakah Rahab(@ChibbzCeasar) wearing one of our designs to open the show In addition to designs from Oyato Designs, Sumahrie Collections (Sierra Leone), Afriq Expressions, NssA, Tee, a talented bevy of performers were featured as well.  From singer/songwriter/guitarist Namoi to hip-hop duo Mobeatz (@Mobeatz5) and Chibbz (@ChibbzCeasar). 18 year old female MC (Tzebakah Rahab) brought a presence to the stage that was beyond her years, and in chatting with her backstage following her performance, she was both humble and graceful. Chibbz returned to the stage, this time with singer Lola Savage (@LolaSav) to close out the show. Lola Savage hopes to utilize music as a way to expose all cultures to African Culture. The pair performed while looks from headlining designer, Korto Momolu of Liberia—who appeared on the Heidi Klum-lead design show “Project Runway.”  The finale most certainly called to mind the well-known “Rip the Runway” with the combination of fly models and electric musical performance.

Fashion Week Las Vegas promotes emerging foreign talents

February 24, 2014 (United States Of America)

 

 

The just concluded fourth edition of the five-day-long Fashion Week Las Vegas showcased creations from designers belonging to nearly 14 countries.

 

The event showcased several menswear, swimwear and women’s red-carpet as well as couture collections, from up and coming names like Submissive Desires (US), Brivti (Canada) and Eho from Moldova, under its international emerging designers platform Las Vegas Industry Showroom.

 

Also men’s and women’s ready-to-wear and resortwear creations, created by well-known seasoned labels, such as Afriq Expressions, Divine Endowments, DH Studios and Chris Ber’y, were showcased at the soiree.

 

Fashion brand Wishnow by Victoria Roberts displayed a very flirty feminine range at the event. Decorated with vibrant prints, the collection included flouncy thigh grazing skirts, mesh-detailed blouses, cropped tops and single shouldered dresses in hues of purple, pink, orange and green.

AFLA 2013

 

The 4th edition of the Ankara Festival Los Angeles 2013, ‘AFLA 13’, held at The Avalon in Hollywood drew a crowd of on fashion enthusiasts both from California and across the country to experience one of the largest and most diverse African Fashion and Music events on the west coast. AFLA 13 was a celebration of fashion designers and people who embraced the use of traditional African material for contemporary fashion. It was an “Original Africa” experience.

 

The African fashion trends at this edition of Ankara Festival in Los Angeles was far more than dazzling. The high fashion event held at The Avalon in Hollywood showcased some of Africa’s hottest designers and popular music artists. The look of this year’s show in Hollywood brought a new meaning to the word “Revolutionary”.

 

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