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October 5th, 2012

Africa Fashion Week Los Angeles signs on additional sponsors and official presentation schedule


Africa Fashion Week Los Angeles secures official beauty sponsor; signs on additional media sponsors; provides official presentation schedule
AFWLA adds LAMIK, LA’RAW and AfroStyle magazine to its growing list of sponsors in preparation for the inaugural production

Fashion design is a talent that very few are able to fully master. A designer’s longevity in the fashion industry ultimately relies on his/her ability to seemingly adhere to seasonal standards, while also raising the bar—inviting onlookers to experience another realm of creativity and influence. As such, Africa Fashion Week Los Angeles is pleased to present the following designers (listed by presentation day/date):
 Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Welcome Mixer
Rooftop at the Standard Hotel
(6pm-10pm)Day 1 – Thursday, October 11, 2012 (Runway Shows)
David G
Royal Dynamite
Glamm Fashions
Taye Taylor
(7pm-10pm)

Day 2 – Friday, October 12, 2012 (Runway Shows)
AfriChicDesigns
Seduction by Batani Khalfani
Nana O Couture
31 bits
Rue114
(7pm-10pm)

Day 3 – Saturday, October 13, 2012 (Runway Shows)
Batani-Khalfani
Tina Summers
Fulani Fashions by Omatu & Sandra
Maxhosa by Laduma + Della LA
Bishme Cromartie
(7pm -10pm)

Thriving beauty brand, LAMIK, has also joined AFWLA as the production company’s sole officialbeauty sponsor. LAMIK will create and produce bold looks for each runway presentation. AFWLA has also secured media partnerships with two LA-based entities: LA’RAW and AfroStyle magazine. Both magazines have an invested interest in matters affecting members of the diaspora in general, and African fashion in particular.







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