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September 1st, 2014

AFROPOLIS Brings to London The Art & Style Weekend | Designers Applications Now Open – EVENT

SAVE THE DATE: 18-19 October 2014 / LONDON / HOXTON-SQUARE – An event NOT to be missed!

As part of their African Renaissance exhibition (14-19 October 14) AFRO-POLIS, is inviting tastemakers, cool kids and African dandies, to the Art & Style weekend for two days of Art, Fashion, Gastronomy and Music. #TheAfricanTouch

Bringing the Africant heat to London, the Old White Cube, in Hoxton square, plays host to the hottest event in the city, this fall. Spreading over 3200 sq ft, the Concept store will will showcase a highly curated selection of beautifully crafted and socially conscious fashion labels, thus revealing the true breadth of aesthetics that fall under the colorful umbrella of African inspired fashion today. It will give visitors an unparalleled opportunity to discover and shop some of the very best African made and African-inspired brands.

The boutique will give the very best African made and African-inspired brands, an unparalleled opportunity to showcase and sell their work to a cool and discerning crowd. They will benefit from PR support as well as from the physical footfall of industry insiders coming to the space. The AFRO-POLIS PR extensive network of contacts within the art, fashion and design world will be hosted at the exhibition and shown all the exquisite works on display

Expect great art, fashion, beauty and hair advices, food tasting, workshops, live performances and much more.

To be considered for a designer vendor booth, send images of your two last collections alongside with a presentation of your brand to Afro-Polis here: info@afro-polis.com

Join them for the ultimate Art & Style experience!
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