Supermodel Oluchi, Ajuma Nasanyana, Millen Magese and Kate Tachie-Menson are some of the names that will be struting down the runway at the 1st Annual Arise Africa Fashion Week which begins Friday, June 12 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg.Other international African and non-African models are expected from the United States, Jamaica, China, Canada, Brazil and Argentina.
“We are delighted by the quality of professionalism and experience that we have on the runway for ARISE Africa Fashion Week,” explains Deon Redman, Producer and Consultant to African Fashion International. “What makes each of these girls special is that they are born and raised in Africa and have each carved out a niche for themselves in the international arena.”
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