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The Night of African Textile -NTA – First Edition by Marie Kaba, a passionate fashion designer

Date: May 18 2024
Venue: Radisson Collection Hotel, Bamako

The fashion & diplomacy event theme –

The Night of African Textile (NTA)

The fashion & diplomacy event theme – The Night of African Textile (NTA) by Marie KABA HAUTE COUTURE

 

Marie Kaba, a passionate fashion designer, is committed to promoting African textiles through a major event: The Night of African Textile (NTA).
This event, scheduled for May in Bamako, highlights our cultural identities and celebrates African fashion.

The NTA is a platform where fashion, diplomacy, and the valorization of African textiles converge.
She works to make this night a moment of celebration, exchange, and pride for the richness of our textile heritage.

May this Night of African Textile be a success and continue to inspire and highlight our cultural heritage! 🌟🌍👗

To elaborate more on this event, the Night of African Textile is not just a fashion show, but a cultural extravaganza that brings together designers, artisans, and enthusiasts from across the continent and beyond. It’s a night where the vibrant colors, intricate patterns, and diverse textures of African textiles take center stage, showcasing the depth and breadth of African creativity and craftsmanship.

 

AFRICAN TEXTILE NIGHT IN BAMAKO by Marie KABA HAUTE COUTURE

 

“AFRICAN TEXTILE NIGHT IN BAMAKO: A Celebration of African Fashion and Heritage”

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Marie Kaba, with her keen eye for design and deep respect for traditional African artistry, is the driving force behind this event. Her vision is to create a space where African textiles are not just seen as exotic or ethnic, but as a vital part of global fashion.

Through the NTA, she hopes to foster a greater appreciation for African textiles, and by extension, African culture, heritage, and identity.

In addition to the fashion show, the NTA also features workshops, exhibitions, and discussions, providing a holistic experience that educates attendees about the history, significance, and potential of African textiles. It’s a night of celebration, but also a night of learning and discovery.

As we look forward to the Night of African Textile, we hope that it will not only be a success but also a catalyst for change, inspiring more people to embrace and promote our rich cultural heritage

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents NADIAKA from Togo

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO present NADIAKA from Togo

 

The African Textile Night in Bamako is an event that welcomes this great lady of African fashion who has been striving for several years to offer Africans a style of clothing completely realized and inspired by the continent.

Nadiaka from Togo, a renowned designer, meticulously works with materials such as printed cloth, woven cloth, cotton, linen, silk, leather, and plastic to create unique and vibrant pieces.

Nadiaka caters to all genders and ages, from children to adults, offering a wide range of styles and designs. Her favorite colors are ochre, brown, white, indigo, and black, which she masterfully incorporates into her creations.
These colors not only reflect the rich and diverse landscapes of Africa but also symbolize the strength, resilience, and spirit of its people.

The African Textile Night is more than just a fashion show; it’s a celebration of African culture, heritage, and creativity. It’s a platform where African designers like Nadiaka can showcase their talent and passion, and where people can appreciate and embrace the beauty and richness of African textiles.

With each piece of clothing, Nadiaka tells a story – a story of African heritage, a story of tradition and innovation, a story of pride and identity.
Through her work, she hopes to inspire others to appreciate and celebrate African fashion, and to wear it with pride and confidence.

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Angèle EPOUTA from Gabon

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO present Angèle EPOUTA from Gabon

 

« We are thrilled to announce the participation of the esteemed Ms. Angèle EPOUTA in the first-ever AFRICAN TEXTILE NIGHT, scheduled for May 18, 2024, in the vibrant city of Bamako.

Ms. EPOUTA, a prominent figure in the fashion industry, holds the prestigious position of President of the Fashion Festival in Gabon (FEMOGA).
Her relentless efforts in promoting this festival have significantly contributed to the recognition of Gabon’s talented fashion designers.

Her commitment extends beyond the borders of Gabon.
She has been instrumental in showcasing the immense creative potential that Gabon possesses to the world.
Her endeavors have put Gabon on the global fashion map, with Gabonese colors now being proudly displayed on international fashion stages.

Join us in celebrating African textiles and the creative minds behind them at the AFRICAN TEXTILE NIGHT. Let’s applaud the efforts of individuals like Ms. EPOUTA who work tirelessly to bring African fashion to the forefront of the global stage. »

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Carlos DESAULES from Ivory Coast – Artistic Director

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Carlos DESAULES from Ivory Coast – Artistic Director

 

Carlos Desaules is a renowned figure in the fashion industry, known for his innovation, passion, and excellence. He is the Artistic Director for NTA.

Originally from Paris and now residing in Neuchâtel, Carlos Desaules is not just a fashion stylist but also an event planner, promoter, and fashion designer.
He is the CEO and owner of Plateau Fashion Street, a platform that showcases the latest creations in fashion.

Carlos Desaules has organized several editions of Plateau Fashion Street, with the 5th edition taking place in 2023.
he event is a fashion extravaganza that brings together designers from around the world to showcase their work.

Carlos Desaules work extends beyond fashion design. He is committed to promoting new talents in the fashion industry through his events.
His efforts have helped many designers gain international visibility.

In essence, Carlos Desaules is a dynamic personality excelling in the realms of fashion design, event planning, and promotion. His remarkable journey is characterized by unwavering commitment to inclusivity and diversity in the fashion industry.

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Koumba CISSE from  Guinea Republic

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Koumba CISSE from  Guinea Republic

 

Fashion is now about being in vogue. Dressing up is a way of life. Come and experience beautiful adventures with the designer Koumba Cissé, who will proudly represent Guinée Republic at the NTA. Discover fashion in a new light.

Koumba Cissé is a fashion designer hailing from Guinea Conakry. She is known for her unique approach to fashion, which is deeply rooted in her African heritage.
Her designs are a blend of traditional African aesthetics and contemporary fashion trends, creating a unique style that is distinctly her own.

Koumba Cissé believes that fashion is more than just clothing – it’s a way of life. Her designs are not just about looking good, but about feeling good and expressing one’s identity. She creates pieces that are not only stylish but also comfortable and versatile, suitable for various occasions.

At the NTA event, Koumba Cissé will showcase her designs on a global stage, further promoting African fashion and its rich cultural heritage.
Her participation in the event underscores her commitment to promoting African fashion and contributing to the global fashion industry.

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Black Design from  Burkina

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Black Design from  Burkina

 

Black Design from Burkina Faso will be present at the NTA (The Night of African Textile) event in Bamako, Mali.
This event is a grand celebration of African textiles and fashion, providing a platform for designers from across the continent to showcase their work.

Black Design, as a representative of Burkina Faso, brings a unique perspective to the event.
The brand is known for its innovative designs that beautifully blend traditional African aesthetics with contemporary fashion trends.
Their creations reflect the rich cultural heritage of Burkina Faso, making them a standout participant at the NTA event.

Black Design’s participation in the NTA event underscores their commitment to promoting African fashion and contributing to the global fashion industry. Their presence at the event will undoubtedly add to the richness and diversity of the designs on display.

In essence, Black Design is more than just a fashion brand. It’s a cultural ambassador that uses fashion as a medium to celebrate and promote African culture.
Their work is a testament to the belief that fashion is not just about style; it’s about identity, heritage, and the celebration of cultural diversity

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Edele PONGA from  Gabon

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Edele PONGA from  Gabon

Founded in Paris in 2016 by Arlette EDELE PONGA with the idea of participating in the development of fair trade, while supporting craftsmanship in developing countries, the EDELE_A brand stands out in its epurean creations inspired by her mixed race background. Using African textiles such as bogolan, kintè, faso dan fani, raffia and many others, it has positioned itself both internationally and in its home country of Gabon, offering its customers high-quality manufactured products.

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO present Lolo ANTIOCHE from  Benin

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO present Lolo ANTIOCHE from  Benin

 

Lolo Andoche, a leader in African ready-to-wear fashion since 1993

Lolo Andoche, whose real name is Charlemagne Andoche Amoussou, is a Beninese stylist and designer. He is the creator and promoter of the brand “Lolo Andoche” and specializes in solid fabrics, particularly the woven loincloth in Benin called « kanvô« .

His brand, Lolo Andoche, has been synonymous with originality, sobriety, and elegance since its inception.
Thanks to a passionate and dedicated team, it has captured the very essence of African fashion and reflected it in its creations.

Each garment produced by Lolo Andoche tells a unique story, reflecting the richness of African traditions and the modernity of current trends.
His creations center around the loincloth, solid fabrics, and especially the Beninese « kanvô« .

Lolo Andoche has made his first steps in the creation field by participating in the fashion show “Celebration 2000” organized by Vlisco in November 1999. Throughout his career, he has created several collections.

In collaboration with Fabrice d’Almeida, he created in 2004 the brand “Tribu ébène”, adapted to people of the African diaspora who wish to wear clothes inspired by African culture on a daily basis.

In essence, Lolo Andoche is more than just a fashion designer. He is a cultural ambassador who uses fashion as a medium to celebrate and promote African culture.
His work is a testament to the belief that fashion is not just about style; it’s about identity, heritage, and the celebration of cultural diversity

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Hervé Ngomé from  Cameroun

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Hervé Ngomé from  Cameroun

Hervé Ngomé, hailing from Cameroon, is a multifaceted personality known for his contributions to the world of fashion and sports.

In the realm of fashion, Hervé Ngomé is recognized for his unique designs and innovative approach.
His work reflects a deep appreciation for African aesthetics, blending traditional elements with contemporary trends to create pieces that are truly unique.

In addition to his work in fashion, Hervé Ngomé is also known for his involvement in sports.
He has had a successful career as a football player, playing as a Centre-Back. His passion for the sport is evident in his performance on the field.

Hervé Ngomé will be present at the NTA 2024 event, further showcasing his dedication to the fashion industry. His participation in the event underscores his commitment to promoting African fashion and contributing to the global fashion industry

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Silungile MOKOENA for Silungile Designs from  South Africa

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Silungile MOKOENA for Silungile Designs from  South Africa

 

Silungile Mokoena is a passion-driven founder and CEO of Sluvin Designs, a fashion house based in the city of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa.

Established in 1999, Sluvin Designs now employs 6 full-time employees and up to 10 part-time employees, contributing to the growth of the sector in the city.

Silungile Mokoena’s designs are unique and reflect her deep appreciation for African aesthetics.
Her fashion house offers a wide range of creations, including high-end couture, evening wear, ready-to-wear, and a corporate range of designs.
She uses her designs to dress not just the body, but the inner person who lives inside the visible body.

Her love for well-done work and professionalism have made her a reference in the fashion industry. She ensures that she understands what image her clients want to portray, how they want to feel when wearing her designer garments, and what will make them show up in confidence, with no regrets or discomfort.
Then, she dresses them accordingly.

Silungile Mokoena’s team consists of both males and females, but is dominated by the female team of employees.
Most of her women are mature women who are breadwinners in their families, and also youth.
They work together to make sure that their customers are well taken care of and that they meet their delivery time-frames.

In essence, Silungile Mokoena is more than just a fashion designer. She is a cultural ambassador who uses fashion as a medium to celebrate and promote African culture.
Her work is a testament to the belief that fashion is not just about style; it’s about identity, heritage, and the celebration of cultural diversity

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Jacques SIMON from  Gabon

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Jacques SIMON from  Gabon

Graduated in Art and Decoration in 1987 in Brussels, in Styling and Modeling in 1990 in France, and obtained a C.A.P at the Centre de Coupe et Couture Industrielle in Bayeka in 1994 in Gabon.

A stylist, modeler, and couturier in the classic, eccentric, and atypical genre, which is based on a straight line within his workshop: a style, an elegance, and a class.

He devotes himself and works on seasonal fashion (the dry season and the rainy season) where all his creations originate from Amazon women, which he reworks, restyles, and adapts into an urban city woman.

Jacques Simon launched his brand in 1998 under the label of Jacques Simon MODEL ‘I.N.C in Gabon and five years later, he created originality and a trend around scarves… Gabon is proudly represented by Jacques Simon.

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Lindiwe GIGABA from  South Africa

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Lindiwe GIGABA from  South Africa

Lindiwe Gigaba is a South African designer who will be representing her country at the NTA, an event that celebrates cultural diversity, under the theme: Fashion & Diplomacy.

An African man is a cultural being by nature because he is a natural being by culture.
This statement reflects the philosophy that Lindiwe Gigaba brings to her work. She believes that our cultural heritage is an integral part of our identity, and this is reflected in her designs.

Lindiwe Gigaba is the founder of Africa Fashion Alive (AFA), a brand that was formally established in 2004.
She began her career in the fashion industry in the ’80s and has remained passionate about the industry for over two decades. Her clothing brand showcases her love for art, which is evident in her designs.

Her designs are not just about fashion; they are about telling the story of Africa. They reflect the rich cultural heritage of the continent, and each piece is a celebration of African art and culture.
Lindiwe Gigaba’s designs are unique and are a dream for collectors who appreciate the fusion of traditional African aesthetics with modern fashion trends.

At the NTA event, Lindiwe Gigaba will showcase her designs on a global stage, further promoting African fashion and its rich cultural heritage.
Her participation in the event underscores her commitment to promoting African fashion and contributing to the global fashion industry.

In essence, Lindiwe Gigaba is more than just a fashion designer. She is a cultural ambassador who uses fashion as a medium to celebrate and promote African culture.
Her work is a testament to the belief that fashion is not just about style; it’s about identity, heritage, and the celebration of cultural diversity.

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Diongue Aliou from  Senegal

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Diongue Aliou from  Cameroun

Known by his real name Diongue Aliou, the famous fashion designer Dio Ali will be on the prestigious stage of “The Night of African Textile” in Bamako on May 18, 2024.

In addition to being a fashion consultant, DIO ALI is recognized as the dresser of celebrities, particularly in Cameroon, including but not limited to Sergio Polo, Nono Flavie, Petit-Pays, Jean Pierre Essome, Lady Ponce, and others.
His love for well-done work and his professionalism have made him an indispensable reference on the continent, and in Central Africa in particular.

Diongue Alio has served in the Government of Senegal for more than 20 years in various roles, including Deputy Director General of Crop and Crop Products Protection.
He is now recognized globally for his work in the fashion industry. His unique designs and contributions to African fashion have earned him a prominent place on the international stage.

 

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents KAADE Collection by Binta Diallo

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents KAADE Collection by Binta Diallo

 

The KAADE Collection is set to be a part of “La Nuit du Textile Africain” in Bamako. This is an exciting opportunity for the brand to showcase its unique designs and contribute to the celebration of African textiles and fashion.
It’s a great platform for KAADE to connect with other fashion enthusiasts and industry professionals, and to further promote Guinean textiles on an international stage.

I hope this gives you a better understanding of KAADE and the event “La Nuit du Textile”. If you have any more questions or need further information, feel free to ask!

In essence, Binta Diallo  is more than just a fashion designer. She is a cultural ambassador who uses fashion as a medium to celebrate and promote African culture.
Her work is a testament to the belief that fashion is not just about style; it’s about identity, heritage, and the celebration of cultural diversity. Come and discover fashion in a new light with Binta Diallo at the NTA event.

The Guinée Fashion Fest

The Guinée Fashion Fest was launched in 2016 and had to be suspended in 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, it made a comeback in June 2022.
The event is a celebration of fashion and provides a fantastic opportunity for economic development and a cultural showcase for Guinea.
By bringing together international and local designers, it promotes a mix of cultures and the country’s tourist riches.

Binta Diallo, along with her sister Aminata Diallo from Mina Foundation Guinea, organizes the Guinée Fashion Fest.
Binta Diallo is also the founder of a fashion and modeling agency called « Binta Agency Modeling« .

The festival has been successful since its first edition, and it continues to grow, contributing to the development of Guinea. It’s a testament to Binta Diallo’s dedication to creating opportunities through fashion and building a bright and colorful future for Guinea

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents BAZEMO

NTA – la nuit du textile africain a bamako by Marie KABA- designer Sebastien BAZEMO from Burkina Faso

Sébastien Bazemo, also known as Bazem’se, is a renowned fashion designer in Africa.
A true entrepreneur at heart, he is demanding and creative, and has successfully promoted the “made in Faso” brand beyond the borders of Burkina Faso.

Bazem’se is credited with the rediscovery and popularization of the Koko Dunda fabric, from which he creates unique designs that blend joy and elegance.

His meticulously crafted retro Afropolitan style is a secret well-kept by this esteemed designer.

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Angelina Mbeng Ndong from Gabon

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO – ANGELINA MBENG NDONG

Angelina Mbeng Ndong, une styliste gabonaise, est reconnue sous la marque commerciale « Angelina Gernolle ».
Passionnée de mode, elle a commencé son parcours dans ce domaine à l’âge de 14 ans et a collaboré avec de grandes maisons de couture au Gabon.
Sa propre maison de couture, fondée en 1988, se concentre principalement sur des créations qui marient tradition et modernité. Angelina Mbeng Ndong a une prédilection pour le raphia, qu’elle utilise de diverses manières dans ses créations.

 

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Ade BAKARE from Nigeria

La nuit du textile africain à Bamako – DESIGNER ADE BAKARE, NIGERIA

 

Ade Bakare is a fashion designer known for his unique couture creations that are admired worldwide. His fashion house offers a wide range of designs, including wedding dresses of varying styles.

Using fabrics such as wool, lace, silk, and crepe, Ade Bakare Couture crafts stunning high-quality garments. His dresses are decidedly feminine, designed with exquisite fabrics and a modern fusion of African influences.

 

MEDIAS:

Media Partner – LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Prince Eberreipye – Journalist from Cameroun

Media Partner – LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Prince Eberreipye – Journalist from Cameroun

 

Prince Eberreipye Eyebe, also known as Prin Eberreipye, is a prominent figure in the African media and fashion industry.
Originally from Cameroon, he is known for his work in promoting culture, fashion, and arts.

He is the creator of the television show “Fashion Fuzion Star,” which later evolved into « Scènes Mod’Afrik« . The show focuses on the fashion industry, with a particular emphasis on the fusion of stars and fashion.
With the evolution of the show, Prince Eberreipye Eyebe decided to concentrate the entire magazine on the fashion and couture industries to delve deeper and better sell their expertise.

Prince Eberreipye Eyebe is also known for his partnerships with television networks. He has signed a partnership with an international television channel, which will broadcast his show worldwide.

In essence, Prince Eberreipye Eyebe is a dynamic personality in the realms of fashion journalism. His remarkable journey is characterized by his commitment to promoting African fashion and culture.
He will be attending the NTA 2024 event, further showcasing his dedication to the fashion industry

Media Partner – LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Nicolas NEGOCE – Journalist from France

Media Partner – LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Nicolas NEGOCE – Journalist from France

Nicolas Négoce is a French journalist specializing in African Affairs. He has worked with various national outlets and international media houses such as BBC News, Vox Africa, CGTN Africa, and BFM TV.

Originally from the archipelago of Guadeloupe, Nicolas has lived in four different African countries between 2010 and 2017.

He has produced reports in total in twenty countries on the continent. Nicolas also worked six years in London including three years at the BBC headquarters part of the Africa hub.

He has interviewed several heads of state including the Ivorian Alassane Ouattara, the Congolese Felix Tshisekedi, the Gabonese Ali Bongo, and Mohamed Bazoum, the president of Niger. 
Nicolas is currently based in Dakar working for the BBC World Service as one of the two Francophone West Africa Correspondents.

Nicolas has also moderated several international conferences and events such as the Salon du Pagne au Congo in 2018, the WRLDCTY 2020 or the Fragility forum in 2022.
He is the founder of NéMaNi Medias, an agency specialized in the production of audiovisual content, communication, public relations and the organization of prospection trips and promotional trips in Africa and the French Caribbean.

Nicolas Négoce will be present at the NTA 2024 event, further showcasing his dedication to the fashion industry

 

Media Partner – LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents BBLACK – Journalist from Burkina

Media Partner – LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents BBLACK – Journalist from Burkina

 

Media Partner – LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Pascaline Kabre TURMEL – Coordinator representing Congo Brazzaville

AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Pascaline Kabre TURMEL – Coordinator from Congo Brazzaville

 

Pascaline Kabre Turmel is a prominent fashion designer who will be representing Congo Brazzaville at the NTA 2024 in Bamako. She is known for her belief that “Simplicity is the key to all true elegance,” which is reflected in her fashion designs.

Originally from Burkina Faso, Pascaline Kabre Turmel has made significant contributions to the African fashion industry. She is the promoter of the International Carousel of Fashion festival, which was held from May 29 to June 25, 2019, in Pointe-Noire, Congo. This event aims to propel young stylists, hairdressers, makeup artists, and models to the forefront of the fashion scene.

In addition to being a fashion designer, Pascaline Kabre Turmel is also an advocate for eco-responsible fashion
The theme of the festival was “Towards eco-responsible fashion in Africa,” and it brought together stylists from various African countries to exchange experiences through fashion shows, exhibitions, meetings, and various activities related to fashion.

Pascaline Kabre Turmel’s work goes beyond fashion design. She is committed to promoting new talents in hairstyling, modeling, makeup, and styling through the competition reserved for them.
Her efforts have helped many stylists gain international visibility.

In essence, Pascaline Kabre Turmel is a beacon in the African fashion industry, using her platform to promote African fashion and eco-responsibility.
Her designs reflect her belief in simplicity and elegance, making her a true representative of Congo Brazzaville at the NTA 2024 in Bamako.

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Slash – Coach Model from Ghana

AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents SLASL – COACH MODEL from Ghana

Marie Kaba presents the NTA 2024 an international event under the Theme: Fashion & Diplomacy. Slash Coach Mannequin comes to us from Ghana….

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Fashion Africa TV

AFRICAIN A BAMAKO presents Guisse Paco Realisation – FA – FASHION AFRICA from Senegal

 

Founded by Senegalese fashion designer Adama Paris, FA Channel aims to promote African fashion by providing visibility to African designers. This platform is not just a showcase of style and design, but a celebration of African creativity and innovation in the fashion industry.

Adama Paris, with her deep understanding of fashion and her love for her African roots, saw the need for a platform that could highlight the work of African designers who are often underrepresented in the global fashion scene. Thus, FA Channel was born.

FA Channel serves as a spotlight, illuminating the diverse and vibrant work of African designers. It provides them with a platform to showcase their talent and creativity to a global audience, helping them gain recognition and establish their presence in the international fashion industry.

The goal of FA Channel is not just to promote African fashion, but to tell the story of Africa through the lens of fashion.

It aims to highlight the rich cultural heritage, the vibrant colors, the unique patterns, and the innovative designs that are inherent in African fashion.

In essence, FA Channel, under the leadership of Adama Paris, is a beacon of African fashion, shining a light on the talent and creativity of African designers and bringing African fashion to the forefront of the global stage. It’s a testament to the power of fashion as a tool for cultural expression and a vehicle for change.

 

The Night of African Textile (NTA) First Edition presents Marie KABA HAUTE COUTURE by Marie KABA

The Night of African Textile (NTA) First Edition by Marie Kaba

Marie Kaba, a passionate fashion designer, is committed to promoting African textiles through a major event.

 

The Night of African Textile (NTA) First Edition by Marie Kaba

CONTACT:

NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN À BAMAKO BY MARIE KABA KEITA
Call: +223 66 99 79 07
Email: Hautecouturechezmariekaba@gmail.com
Website : mariekaba.com
marie-kaba.net
Venue: Bamako / Mali Maison de Couture Titibougou, Galerie ACI 2000 avenue Union Africaine UA rue :360, Bamako, Mali
 

Media Partners:

STUDIO 24

STUDIO24 – CREATIVE IMAGING SOLUTIONS

STUDIO24, Nigeria’s foremost professional Photography & Multimedia company, is a beacon of creativity and innovation.

Based in Abuja, this dynamic studio is driven by a passion for delivering exceptional value and service to its clients.

From captivating activations to breathtaking outdoor shoots, the STUDIO24 team weaves magic through their lenses. They specialize in capturing treasured memories and creating moments that linger in the heart and mind. Whether it’s fashion, portraits, or commercial photography, STUDIO24 sets new standards in the industry.

As they expand their footprint across West Africa, the success story of STUDIO24 continues to unfold.

Ifeanyi-Chris-Oputa-Studio-24-Nigeria’s – Ceo & Owner Ifeanyi Chris Oputa is the Team Leader at Studio24 Nigeria

STUDIO 24 CONTACT:

Studio 24 has a new outlet in Cotonou, Benin.
The location is at Les Cocotiers, Avenue Jean Paul II. You can contact them at +229 46 90 53 092.
Studio 24 are known for their innovative designs and captivating imagery.
This is a great place for professional photography and multimedia solutions.
STUDIO 24 WEBSITE:
https://www.studio24nigeria.com/

ANSM

AFRICA ‘S NEXT SUPER MODEL MALI

ANSM Mali  partners with Marie Kaba Titibougou for the open casting. Who will be Africa’s Next Super Model Mali.
Venue :  Haute Couture C/O Marie Kaba Couture from Titibougou / Selection date: August 31, 2024

 

ISIS MODELS

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Isis Models: Founded in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2008, emerged after the inaugural edition of Nigeria’s Next Super Model. Spearheaded by founder Joan Okorodudu, the agency serves as a haven for models. Isis Models is committed to discovering, nurturing, and propelling the careers of stunning black models. Our vibrant team of scouts and bookers boasts international expertise, ensuring excellence in every endeavor.

JOAN-OKODUDU-ISIS-MODELS-CEO-&-OWNER

AI FASHION MAG

AI FASHION MAG by Zou & Katia

This pioneering AI fashion magazine showcases the boundless possibilities that arise when creativity harmonizes with cutting-edge technology.

 

AI FRIENDLY

Talking about artificial intelligence (AI), let imagine scenarios movies where robots gain consciousness and turn against humans.
However, in reality, AI is already being utilized in various beneficial ways, such as aiding in medical research and providing customer support.
As AI continues to advance, its potential applications will only expand.

One fascinating area of AI is the concept of friendly AI. This involves using AI to assist human in achieving their goals, rather than working in opposition to us.
For instance, friendly AI could be employed to discover eco-friendly sources of energy or to help us manage the finances in a manner that enhances our overall well-being.

DN-AFRICA

EXPERT SEO – CEO & OWNER DN-AFRICA.COM  – FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER
Daniel Nguyen is the CEO and owner of DN-Africa, a premier African fashion magazine that is revolutionizing the landscape of the African fashion industry and elevating the global fashion arena to new heights .
The magazine offers an unparalleled digital journey tailored for professionals within the Fashion Industry.
It curates an array of distinctive services encompassing editorial content, photography, and video resources.
The goal of DN-Africa is to provide African fashion trends by means of cultural and fashion events and to identify new faces and talents 1. By mixing up massive and complex digital data, DN-Africa creates a strategic leverage for designers who want to improve their global image on the internet faster.

 

LA NUIT DU TEXTILE AFRICAIN A BAMAKO – FIRST EDITION – DN-AFRICA

Venue:

The fashion & diplomacy event theme, The Night of African Textile (NTA), by Marie KABA HAUTE COUTURE, Radisson Collection Hotel, Bamako

 

The fashion & diplomacy event theme – The Night of African Textile (NTA) by Marie KABA HAUTE COUTURE – Radisson Collection Hotel, Bamako

 

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