Step Inside Your Sense Of Style

You definitely wouldn’t miss the second edition of the fashion show organized by Neskael Travel and Tours under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts which is scheduled to take place at The La-Palm Royal Beach Hotel on the 29th of November, 2015.

This event is designed to promote made in Ghana goods and to a broader way African culture through fashion. The portrayal of African culture through fashion seeks to break local and international boundaries and elevate fashion design and creativity from creative minds to give an exclusive fashion experience without disrespecting the western fashion that is also part of our culture.

Neskeal Fashion Show is preoccupied to patronize and popularize the “Friday Wear” tag and extend it to mean African culture exhibited through fashion every day, every time and at every place provided it conforms to the rules of the working environment. By this, the event is designed to entertain and educate on the need to promote African culture, and showcase our rich and indigenous cultural heritage and values.

The show will also support creative ideas and education, solicit skills for advancement and development in tourism and also engage with fashion stakeholders on their fashion activities. Moreover, it will also serve as breeding avenues for dynamic business partnerships in view of encouraging investment opportunities for this creative venture.

In addition, the need for Ethical fashion and sustainability in this era will engage more awareness from dedicated and contemporary ethical fashion designers for creative business practices that regard a social mission. Apart from that, the event will also experience models on the runway exuding confidence, beauty and elegance in their expression of African culture through fashion from the industry’s best players.

This event will have our fashion models adorned in elegantly designed fabrics and accessories from Nallem Clothing, Elikem The Tailor, Esperer modele l’agencie, MKOGH Clothing, Selina Beb, Tribe (Kwesi Nti), and many others.

With these objectives, we hope the general public embraces this revolution in patronizing, documenting and preserving our rich African culture and heritage.

Source: Fadi Dabbousi samih 

Share on Google Plus

About Naijadopest

    Blogger Comment
    Facebook Comment


Post a Comment

Disclaimer: Do not use this forum as a channel to promote hatred, tribalism or any other kind of personal grievances. The administration can delete or edit a post that violates these guidelines. Keep the posts relevant to the topic in an attempt to keep the forum organised and maintain the focus on each topic. Thank you for your understanding.