... a forum for local and international fashion designers, to showcase their design. This event is unique by featuring designs from a variety of cultures and from local and international designers. It is organized and managed by IRIS PRO-FILMS 1000 HILLS which is a film and Photography Company that also specializes in event management and representation of actors and models.
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This past weekend at Petit Stade in Remera, Kigali hosted the second annual Rwanda Cultural Fashion Show organized by Celestin Ntawirema. This event provided the opportunity for designers to show off diverse ranges of clothes and accessories made primarily with local materials. The days leading up to the show were full of activities such as a designers exhibition at City Arts, a Designers Cocktail and press conference.
Fashion modeling can lead one to social and economic development if done with extreme creativity and aspiration. This is because modeling is an income generating job like others especially if the talent is developed and exposed. A model is a person who poses or displays for purposes of art, fashion or other products and advertising while a fashion model is a woman/man who wears clothes to display fashions.
In a bid to promote local artists, Iris- Pro-films is organising a cultural fashion show that will feature a variety of cultures by local and international fashion designers. Cultural fashion show will feature designs from a variety of cultures including Amasunzu hair style, Rwandan clothes preferred since 1950-1962-2014, Umukenyero and Inshabure, East African clothing and collections from Europe, USA and Asia.
John Bunyeshuri, the CEO of Kigali Fashion Week, (KFW), said, “This year’s event is going to be bigger and better. We are carrying out auditions early enough to allow the participants to get well prepared. We’re bringing fashion professionals from Belgium to train them with the models for the main show in July.”
Celestin Ntawirema first organised the Rwanda Cultural Fashion Week in 2013 with the aim of providing Rwandan fashion designers with a platform to showcase their creations. Ntawirema, who trades under his entertainment company Iris Pro Films, also wanted “to create a fashion show that highlights the culture of the country.”
Celestin is working on a docu-drama project titled, Hope for the Future. The story is based on his life as a survivor of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda and his life as a street kid after the conflict. The film needs your support! Consider contributing - contact us to find out more