Africa Fashion Week New York 2011 Designer: Sarfo of Styles

DESIGNER SARFO OF STYLES VIDEO FROM AFRICA FASHION WEEK IN NY 2011

 Adirée launches AFWNY 2011 designer videos in anticipation for AFWNY 2012

 

What: Africa Fashion Week in New York (AFWNY) 2011 designer video release: Sarfo of Styles

 

For many African designers, fashion is an interwoven story of beauty and culture. Since 2000, Sarfo of Styles has combined traditional Ghanaian prints with couture to blend heritage and the gracefulness of a woman’s body into truly stunning collections. The design house is also the official line of Miss Universe Ghana Pageant. Now based in the U.S., Sarfo continues to showcase avant-garde gowns that utilize patterns and colors to tell a story.

Who: Adirée, producer of AFWNY showcases luxury and mass African-owned fashion brands through runway shows, exhibitions- and now videos. AFWNY includes runway shows hosting 21+ designers from various countries in Africa and those of the African Diaspora, exhibitions, and industry networking events. Representing various countries in Africa, many designers from Africa creatively highlight personal culture within their designs-with or without the use of African prints.

Why: In anticipation for AFWNY 2012 (July 12 -18), every month beginning January 2012, Adirée releases individual designer videos from 2011’s showcase of Africa Fashion Week in New York.

When: Designers who will showcase in 2012 will showcase on July 12th, 13th, 14th 2012.

Where: AFWNY 2012 is located in NYC’s financial district at 41 Broad Street, New York, NY 10004.

Contact:  pr@adiree.com

 

 

 

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