Sunday, 1 May 2016

FASHION FORWARD SEMINAR – ‘BLACK MODELS MATTER’ SET FOR MAY 7




No doubt that the modelling industry is getting crowded with new girls who are probably inspired by Tyra Banks’s America’s Next Top Model or the Africa’s edition by Nigeria supermodel, Oluchi.  
As a model, walking the walk can be an issue for some, talking the talk for some, and probably model conducts and traits can be the issue for others. Models, it’s time to mark your calendars for the “must-not-miss” modeling seminar organised by the (FCDA) Fashion for Change and Development in Africa in conjuction with (IBCNL) International Business Consortium Nigeria Limited, and JACOBS.

“Fashion Forward Seminar – Black Models Matter” will focus on an extensive talkshow on sensitising the use of black models on the international runway, as well as how black models can make themselves the favorites of local and international modeling runways, amongst other intuitive topics.

The event will consist of an extensive models seminar with seasoned speakers, and a fashion show that will feature renowned fashion designers.
Visiting Nigeria and speaking at the seminar is Ashley Bianca Chew, the originator of Black Models Matter

Speakers: Ashley B. Chew, Uchenna Okwudima, Aju Elumelu James, Andy Ogbechie,Toyin Lawani,Bimpe Benson Linda Ikeji, Clara Okoro, Funmi Elliot, Joan Okorodudu

Fashion Show Designers: Aghatha Moreno,  Jean Luciani, Sevon Dejana,   and other reputable fashion designers.


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