We are one day away from the fashion event of the year, the second edition of Africa Fashion Week Montreal (AFWMTL)!
AFWMTL is not only a fashion show where designers showcase their artwork and designs, it is a place to express positive energy and to explore the many realms of fashion.
What more can you expect?
A few come back designers such as Eldior Sodeck from New York as well as newcomers such as ‘We are Kings’ collection by King Hector Jr., will be among the talent of AFWMTL. There will also be local designers expressing their artistry and fierce models strutting that catwalk. It will be quite an intimate atmosphere throughout the entire art gallery.
You do not want to miss the biggest Afro Fusion event happening this weekend June 17 and 18, 2016 at Galerie MX 333 Viger Street, Old Montreal. Doors are open at 7:30pm and the Runway show begins at 8:00pm. Come and experience it for yourself! Here is recap 1 and recap 2 from last year’s event to satisfy your fashion cravings in the meantime.
You still have time to purchase your tickets here if you have not already done so otherwise pay double the cost at the door.
*Two-Day Pass:$49.50 / One day : 32$
A ticket delivery service is at email@example.com or facebook.com/afwmtl
For more info, go to www.afwmontreal.com
(Images via facebook.com/afwmtl and StarInMoi.com)
Happy Thursday! ❤️xo
Last weekend, I had the opportunity to attend the first ever edition of Africa Fashion Week Montreal (AFWMTL) at Théatre Paradox and I must say that I’m already looking forward to next year. This event was such a memorable one with exceptional talent, live entertainment, creative designs and beautiful people. If you missed it,
shame on you fret not, Star In Moi was there to capture every moment. Here’s part 1 of this weekend recap.
Uzu Creations (Montreal) featuring Champ
Uzu Creations specializes in handmade accessories and bags crafted from African fabric and other materials.
Eldior Sodeck (New York)
Eldior Sodeck Design focuses on African patterns mixed with modern designs. This Afro-Urban design brand is not limited to clothing but also to home accessories and interior designs.
Tufafi Fashion (Ottawa)
Tufafi Fashion focuses on casual wear that combines vibrant colours and unique patterns. Each design celebrates merging culture and is inspired by tribal prints and urban wear individuality.
Nyanga Creations (New York)
Nyanga Creations focuses on creating fashionable and quality apparel with the essence of Africa.
Designer medley with Patrick Isaac II
(Images via Star In Moi)
A BIG thank you to Kama St-Juste and her leading team, Médina Diabagate (a special thank you), Béatrice Clervoix and Liette Clervoix for having me. Wishing you many more years of success with AFWMTL. I loved every second!
Happy Wednesday! ❤️xo