The second day of Africa Fashion Week London was a busy one. Sylvia Owori’s Afropolitan collection was very refreshing. And the colour combinations had everything to do with it. Fyyfe showcased a collection that had ABINA written all over it. It was elegant all the way. Koko fashion’s collection was a combination of colors with white, which made the collection look very neat. And the fact that there was clothing for men left me wanting to see more. RAAAH made me fall in love. The styling was magnificent and so was the collection. Jazzeffect’s collection brought an energetic feel to the runway, due the shimmer and styling of the collection.
Modella B showcased a very glamorous collection, which reminded me of pageantry. Porjai Thai Printer came all the way from Thailand and what a chicness it was. I saw the designers before the show and there was an absolute sophistication about their wardrobe. This definitely came through in their collections. The choice of prints was fab! The brand that came on the runway wearing masks was TIR fashion House. A very stylish collection that is reminiscent of a ball. Ade Bakare‘s collection had a Vintage-Africa-goes-modern-feel and I loved it. Everything was thought about, the music and the style, I just looove his collection.
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