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You're Invited to The 13th Edition of the Amsterdam African Fashion & Cultural Week

It is important to know that the African culture is shining on an international scene and with that in mind we are organizing the 13th Edition of the Africa Fashion & Cultural Week (AFCW) Amsterdam which will take place from July to December in the hereafter mentioned cities. This will be hosted by the African Fashion Museum Foundation , the African embassies in Den Haag and Brussels and the Ministry Of Culture Tourism and Handicraft Promotions (under Minister Rufino Ndong Esono) Of Malabo, Equatorial Guinea respectively.

This is a formal invitation to everyone with an interest in fashion, art, African prints and culture to the event  in Amsterdam on the 22 - 23 August respectively at De Koning Events &Party Hall. 



 


THE TIMELINE

JANUARY 13th

APPLICATIONS OPEN!

Applications open to fashion designers, models, exhibitors, vendors, painters, artists, buyers, retailers, press, media from across the continent encouraging all fashion professionals (upcoming or established) and business tycoons to apply.

MAY 30th

CLOSE OF APPLICATIONS

The applications closes and we kick off with the first event planning, marketing & advertising process.

JULY

THE SHOWS

15 - 30 fashion models will be selected from our annual model casting, meanwhile resulting from the registrations, 15 fashion designers will be selected to represent the cultural heritage of their 15 different countries respectively to be part of the Africa Fashion and Cultural Week Events in July in the Fashion Cities of Rennes, France and Bruxelles, Belgium.

AUGUST

THE SHOWS

In this month, another set of 15 fashion models will be selected from our annual model casting meanwhile from the registrations for Amsterdam, ONLY 15 Fashion Designers and Vendors will be selected to represent 15 different countries to be part of the Africa Fashion Week in the city of Amsterdam.

OCTOBER

THE GRAND SHOWS

In the celebration of the Nation’s Independence Day Celebration, thirty to fifty local and international fashion models will be selected from our annual model casting in the cities of Malabo, Bata, Yaounde and N’Djamena.

Following the results from the registrations, 30 fashion designers and vendors will be selected to represent their individual cultural heritage and fashionable experience in the Sipopo Congress Center of Equatorial Guinea.

Just like every other edition of Africa Fashion & Cultural Week (AFCW), this edition is a prestigious Fashion and Cultural franchise that comprises an amalgamation of creative thinkers ranging from fashion designers, models and textile distributors to artisans, culinarians and musicians.

Our events combine African culture with tourism by fashioning a collective environment where like minded individuals can network together to showcase their collaborative ventures.

DECEMBER  

THE SHOWS

In Yaoundé, Cameroun, 30 local and international fashion models will be selected from our annual model casting in the cities of Malabo, Douala and Yaoundé.











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