Annual runway showcase to hold in Rivers State

African Fashion and Design Week™ Nigeria set to hold next event in the Treasure Base of Nigeria – Rivers State.

African Fashion and Design Week

The Treasure Base of Nigeria – Rivers State from October 7th – 11th, 2015 will hosts the continent’s annual runway showcase, African Fashion and Design Week™ Nigeria (AFDW Nigeria) 2015 at the prestigious Aztech Arcum.

Each year, African Fashion and Design Week™ Nigeria draws countless visitors, fashion entrepreneurs, buyers, industry professionals, and local & international media to preview the looks that will define the continent’s fashion trends.

AFDW 2015 under the theme “” will feature collections from leading established and emerging African designers, annual African Icon of Hope Awards, which will acknowledge the Continent’s top designers, trade exhibition which presents invaluable networking opportunities to buyers and consumers.

2014 Awardees include: David Tlale (South Africa), Lanre Da Silva Ajayi(Nigeria) and Christie Brown (Ghana).

Designers Runway Application for participation closes July 30, 2015. Trade Exhibition booths are available.

For enquires, call: +234 8436 1581 , +234 8055 479 343 |

Runway Showcase: 6 PM daily

Trade Exhibition: 9 AM – 9 PM daily


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