JMK Production in conjunction with Liberia Fashion Marketing and Liberia Fashion & Arts Council has partner with Fashion Africa Trade Expo at Fashion Africa Conference in London on September 8, 2016 to have a delegation from Liberia headed by Liberia's #1 Tie & Dye fabric maker Mr. Mohamed S. Bah of Fulbeh Fowu Textile (FFT) to present a display of Liberian made fabrics and products. The events preludes the biggest fashion event in UK, London Fashion Week.
|Mr. Mohamed Bah hard at work do what ne does best!|
|Liberian Country Cloth Fabric|
|Fabric Designed by Mohamed Bah|
As international designers and buyers look for the next big thing in the ever-revolving door of trends that is the fashion industry, they increasingly turn to Africa and its cultures for inspiration. Africa, quite simply, is in vogue.
About Fashion Africa Conference & Fashion Africa Trade Expo
We question if Africa is having it's own Fashion Revolution? Is Africa Fashion's final frontier? Can Africa be realistically open for business?
The seminar and expo will act as a means to discuss and promote the full supply chain of Africa Fashion Design, Textile, and Manufacturing and thus communicate this to a larger, global audience through media.
The event will be centered around the areas of these sub-topics Subtainability, Africa Fashion Manufacturing, Africa's Retail Market, The Growth of the African Designer market, Africa as new Luxury.
The Social Aims and Objectives:
‘Fashion Africa’ Conference,Seminars and Expo were created to be a catalyst in the industry to help change perceptions of the fashion and textile industry in Africa and to ask those in Africa working in garment design and textile manufacturing what THEY think and need and so aim to keep these discussions ongoing in different locations annually where international industry leaders can connect, do business and initiate change.
The 2016 Fashion Africa conference will act as a revolutionary vehicle to create a social forum for all those attending to talk openly and share ideas, information and expertise, to raise awareness and elevate the perception of design from the African continent.
This event is a must attend event where there will be a mix of press, brands and industry influencers and insiders with a mutual involvement and/or vested interest in elevating African trade, design and production, and who want to be part of the wider solution to raise Africa as a trailblazer in quality design and production.
Pictures from 2015 Fashion Africa Conference
To get more about seminar log on to www.fashionafricaconference.com