With a few years left to hit a decade since the Kigali Fashion Week was established and few days to this year’s edition, here are 3 reasons why you shouldn’t miss this event.
No bigger Show than this in the Country
Fashion weeks are the most awaited events for fashion enthusiasts in a world where the fashion scene is turning into a multi-polar deal. Although the concept of fashion week began in Paris, when marketers would hire women to wear couture items in public places, from racetracks to salon, it’s been already a pleasure to enjoy the past 6 parades of fashion in Rwanda. So why miss out on the opportunity to witness the growth of the Rwandan fashion industry?
More than 20 Designers to showcase their collections
The 7th edition promises to feature designers from four(4) continents with highlight on local designers like Moses from the house “Moshions”, Patrick Muhire from the house “Inkanda”, Cynthia Rupari from the house “Rupari Designs” and others who will enjoy sharing the scene with designers like Gulu from DRC, Nancy from the US, Cassandra from Switzerland, Rawal representing India, Tsukasa from Japan, to only name a few who will amaze you with their beautiful creations.
Over 50 Rwandan Models on the catwalk
Kigali Fashion Week has always been a great opportunity for Rwandan Models who are willing to dive in the fashion industry offering them an opportunity to walk the walk, hearing claps and posing for flashlights while beautifying various pieces of clothes they are wearing.
In the 7th edition, more models will do their first catwalk with the help of experienced models like Kaneza Lynca Amanda, Kalisa Winnie, Jay Rwanda and others.
The Event production will be taken care of by Mosound Event. Guests will be pleasured by the amazing vocals of Weya Viatora and Selecta Copain is the official deejay of the Grand Finale hosted at Serena Hotel after sunset of May 27th.
Gates will be open from 6:30 pm, tickets are already on sale online and delivered to you via Ronkos.rw places.
- Participants of Kigali Fashion Week last year
By Ivan Nyagatare