AfricaFashionGuide Launch!

AfricaFashionGuide will be presenting a full information based website http://www.africafashionguide.com and a coffee table fashion book ‘Fashion Africa’ by AfricaFashionGuide founder Jacqueline Shaw this September at our official launch event.

visit  http://africafashionguide.eventbrite.com/ to register

AfricaFashionGuide-launch flyer- image copyright AfricaFashionGuide

AfricaFashionGuide

join us for the launch of 

the highly anticipated 

CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN FASHION BOOK & WEBSITE

This event will include a forum with contribution from fashion professionals and industry experts who will discuss and debate on the topics:

 ETHICAL FASHION AFRICA

Panelists include:

Liesl Truscott – Textile Exchange

Tamsin Lejeune – Ethical Fashion Forum

Annegret Affolderbach – Choolips 

Ola Shobowale – Fashion Show Director

Minna Salami – MsAfropoltan blogger

and more…!

Join us on: Friday 9 September, 2011   

Time: 6pm (doors open) – 9.30pm

Where: Africa Centre, 38 Kings Street, London, WC2E 8JT 

(Nr tube – Covent Garden)

LIMITED SPACES!

For more information:

Email us: events@africafashionguide.com

Read our blogwww.africafashionguide.wordpress.com   

Friend us: www.facebook.com/africafashionguide 

Follow uswww.twitter.com/africafashionguide                                                               

Please note: That this is an invitation only event, please register your space early to avoid disappointment. 

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