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September 7th, 2016

ANOTHER GIVEAWAY PRIZE! Win a copy of FASHION AFRICA BOOK by Jacqueline Shaw – Fashion Africa Conference 2016 – London

We are in a #giveaway mood today! With our #fashionafricaconference just ONE DAY away we just had to give away a #prize copy of our founder @jacquelinembrown book #FashionAfrica.

Thats right tomorrow is our upcoming Fashion Africa Conference 2016 so today we are holding a one day prize draw for you our readers to win a copy of this MUST HAVE Book!

All you need to do is to be the first to purchase your ticket for our conference on Wednesday 7th September. and you will win one copy of the book which you can pick up during the conference!

Launched in 2011 and published in 2014 by@jacarandabooks this#coffeetable is the first of its kind featuring designers such as @adeledejak (cover photo) @choolips (event speaker) @chichiagram @maxhosa (event speaker) @lanredasilvaajayi @edun @enzifootwear and so much more.

The #illustrations alone are enough to make it a MUST BUY! But we are giving it away FOR FREE!
We have a copy for someone who purchases a ticket today for tomorrow’s Fashion Africa Conference! So get registering for your chance to #win a signed copy by the author herself!

 





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3 Comments


  1. Hi Jacqueline – I enjoy your posts, and I’m sorry I can’t attend, being in NJ, but best wishes for an excellent conference, especially as it takes place during #AfricanFabricMonth, a holiday I’ve designated through CultuerdExpressions.com.
    Best regards, lisa


  2. This is what I get for rushing…; )

    that should be http://www.CulturedExpressions.com

    Thanks



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