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Thursday, 13 June 2013

Lexy Mojo-Eyes Hosts Africa Fashion Reception In Paris



Passionate fashionista and the CEO of Legendary Gold Limited, Lexy Mojo Eyes is making another world class statement in the style arena again. The Afro hairstyle loving international man of style who`s on the board of Governors of the World Fashion Organisation has been selected to host the first ever Africa Fashion Reception.

Though in collaboration with the World Fashion Organization and the World Fashion Exhibition, the fashion fanfare will have the blessing and support of the Nigerian Embassy in France and the prestigious evening of classical and breathtaking contemporary Africa designs holds on Friday, June 22nd, 2013 at the historic Salle Wagram in Paris.

The Africa Fashion Reception is one of the activities lined up by the World Fashion Organization that will act as a countdown to the World Fashion Week, Paris 2014. It will be presenting designers from over 20 African countries with only one nominated designer representing each of those countries.

The Africa Fashion Reception will be welcoming to Paris Ambassadors, First Ladies and VIPs from participating countries, local and international press and buyers from around the world.

Participating designers by country include Anggy Haif, Cameroun, Francois 1er, Burkina Faso, Soucha, Egypt, Fay designs, Zambia, B’Exotiq by Bee Arthur, Ghana, Kipusa, Kenya, Moie, Liberia, Maria Bocoum, Mali, Siham El Habti, Morocco, Frank Osodi, Nigeria, Lilly Alfonso, Malawi, Dady de Maximo, Rwanda, Nafytoo, Senegal, Diana Fashion, Tanzania, Tim Creation, Ivory Coast, JSE Couture, South Africa, Genet’s Garment, Ethiopia, Wogui, Mozambique and Chaivo designs, Zimbabwe.

During the Africa Fashion Reception, the World Fashion Exhibition® will be presented, showcasing Haute Couture Masterpieces from designers of over 30 nations.
The Africa Fashion Reception is aimed at creating global market for garments and lifestyle products from Africa while supporting the empowerment of African rural women through

fashion vocation enterprise. To this end, the Better Life for African Rural Women.www.betterlife-africa.org is the benefitting foundation of AFR.

Your soar away magazine, National Enquirer has been accredited exclusively to cover the event live in Paris and we shall serve you the reports and pictures from the world class celebration of contemporary African fashion and cultural display.

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