FAB News: 2012 Ankara Festival Features The Diversity Of African Fashion & Music Creatives

Rich African Culture,  with copious designs and a serene environment backed up with music. THE ANKARA FESTIVAL is the perfect place to be on the 9th of September.
The ANKARA FESTIVAL, is designed to showcase upcoming and established designers who specialize in using traditional African fabrics and prints to create contemporary clothing in a fashion show. The Ankara Festival aims to bridge the gap between generations of Africans and African - Americans living in the United States through fashion and music.

Featured designers include: Design A Diva (Nigeria), DAF “Fashion That Speaks Volumes” (Cameroon), Sumahrie Collections (Sierra Leone), ND’s Pieces (Los Angeles), Oyato Designs (New York/Nigeria), Tribal Mask (Los Angeles), Vickey Lecky (Oakland), Chidex Designs (Houston/Nigeria), Glamm Fashions (New York/Nigeria), Najite Creative Jewelries (Chicago),Revere Couture, MABM Designs(Ghana), Nsaa House Of Designs(Ghana), Glamm Fashion, Dai Z Couture(Cameroon) and Menogu Designs.

The event will be hosted by Actress Shondrella Avery with musical performances by Naira, Big Klef, Saxophonist Seyi Alesh, Bro Phalu Falu and Celestina.


Date:    29th September 2012

Time:    4pm – 9pm

Venue:  Avalon Hollywood, 1735 Vine St. Los Angeles.

For more information about the event and RSVP please visit www.ankarafestla.com, or contact Mr. Peter Lentini via e-mail [email protected]

For All Red Carpet Talent Submissions, Media Credential Requests & Press Inquiries
Please Contact-  Ms. Dunnie Onasanya
phone:  240.751.2460
email: [email protected]


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