The recently concluded Native and Vogue fashion show which took place in Port-Harcourt from the 19th – 21st of September featured some of the top names in African fashion with collections by designers including Kosibah, Frank Oshodi, Carpe Diem and Ejiro Amos-Tafiri all gracing the catwalk.
The Port Harcourt international Fashion Week – “Native and Vogue” is a platform for top end designers and models across Africa to celebrate the totality of African Fashion while also providing an avenue for both established and upcoming talents to reach a wider audience.
We preview the collection presented by renowned UK based bridal couture and evening wear designer ‘Kosibah’ at the show which saw models sashaying down the runway in the designer’s signature figure hugging hour-glass gowns that he is known for.
Bespoke jewellery was designed specifically to complement the collection by Josephine Adebolu and Jeanne Khoo-Pring of Jkhoo designs.
Photo credit: Simon Deiner / SDR Photo