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Africa Fashion Day Berlin Returns Next Month Bigger and Fresher than ever
After its successful premiere at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin on January 15th 2013 which was widely covered by national and international media, Africa Fashion Day Berlin once again showcases international designers from Africa and the African diaspora.
3 designers will be showing their collections on the runway at Africa Fashion Day Berlin. British-Jamaican fashion designer Romero Bryan who has dressed celebrities such as Alek Wek, Alicia Keys, and Kelly Rowland, to name but a few. Arrey Kono from Cameroon, renowned for the impeccable sense of style of her designs and enjoys equal popularity with media and customers and Angolan designer Nadir Tati, winner of the ‘Best Designer of the Year’ award for 3 consecutive years at the Angolan fashion event Moda Luanda.
According to the organizers, “Africa Fashion Day Berlin is a unique communication platform that represents the high-end lifestyle segment of the fashion scene from Africa and the African diaspora in Germany. We bring fashion on the catwalk that is modern and cosmopolitan. Our designers are inspired by their individual visions as well as global trends from across the world.”
Ethiopian Model, Liya Kebede, Liu Wen And Iselin Steiro For Roberto Cavalli Fall/Winter 2013-14 Ad Campaign
Shot by Mario Testino, in the mysterious location of an historical building situated in downtown Paris, the new Roberto Cavalli Autumn/Winter 2013-2014 Advertising Campaign, which stars the top models Liu Wen, Liya Kebede and Iselin Steiro. The creative vision is inspired by Roberto Cavalli’s innate passion for women and his desire to capture their intrinsic beauty and charisma in an emotional and passionate way.
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