What you need to Know about Kigali Fashion Week 2014

By IGIHE Reporter
On 21 October 2014 at 08:32

Kigali Fashion Week is an inspiration and an encouragement in nurturing innovation in both creative and commercial endeavors in the Rwandan’s era of creative economy. It explores the intersection of fashion dressing by bringing together the mainstream fashion communities, local, regional and international fashion designers showcasing their state of art designs. The event has recorded massive success in the last two years where the Rwandan designers have had a chance to learn the (...)

Kigali Fashion Week is an inspiration and an encouragement in nurturing innovation in both creative and commercial endeavors in the Rwandan’s era of creative economy. It explores the intersection of fashion dressing by bringing together the mainstream fashion communities, local, regional and international fashion designers showcasing their state of art designs. The event has recorded massive success in the last two years where the Rwandan designers have had a chance to learn the international fashion trends.

House of Fashion Rwanda, LDJ Productions and The Commonwealth Fashion Council London has partnered to make the auspicious Kigali Fashion Week 2014 a success.

The event is slated for 3rd to 8th November 2014 and this year’s event has been given a booster by Rwanda being chosen to sit at the Commonwealth Fashion Council in London.

Based on the current ongoing publicity in TV, Radio, Print Media and Social Network, it is estimated that more than 600 persons will be hosted at the Kigali City Tower Roof Top on the grand Final, 7th November 2014. The House of Fashion team therefore works round the clock to ensure that it meets the highest standards and expectations it deserves.

In addition, top New York City based event-planning company LDJ Productions—the organizers of New York Fashion Week—will be present from day one to work with Kigali’s planning team and host workshops for designers. The event has attracted teams from UK, Canada, South Africa, Zambia, Kenya, Uganda, Burundi who have so far confirmed there attendance.

Locally, already casting of almost 20 (upcoming and established) designers is ongoing to set the stage for the show.


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