"African Fashion Week Nigeria believes in emerging talents Our core aim is providing visibility platforms for new talent, who would otherwise not have the means to gather national attention and awareness of their own.
Our platforms allow people to see what African Fashion is all about, and then they can contribute to its growth,as we believe that for creativity to grow there needs to be a platform that support and contribute to its growth.
At AFWN we also get the support of established Africa designers and we pay homage to the African designers who have continuously and tirelessly worked to the growth of Africa Fashion.
We intend to use this platform to launch the careers of the best emerging fashion designers in Nigeria and provide them with start up funds" ... See MoreSee Less
Africa Fashion Week Nigeria began Saturday in Lagos, and already there are a clutch of runway clothes for which I’d gladly hawk my whole wardrobe. Lovely prints were key, as some designers played wi...
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