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Sexy, sophisticated Tribal Princess Collection to hit AFWNY
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Jun '11
As Africa Fashion Week New York (AFWNY) draws ever so close, Adirée is pleased to present Tori Famuyiwa's newest collection. AFWNY, produced by Adirée will take place July 14th, 15th, and 16th in the Broad Street Ballroom in NYC's financial district.

Beautiful things inspire Tori Famuyiwa. These inspirations are derived from mundane, everyday objects and memories of his surroundings growing up in West Africa. Famuyiwa works diligently is conveying this beauty in every piece of work he creates. Famuyiwa will launch his Tribal Princess collection at Africa Fashion Week New York.

“Famuyiwa is fun, flirty, and yes, as a designer he truly believes in dressing everyone woman like the princess she is. I believe many will enjoy his collection and appreciate his approach,” says Adiat Disu, director of Africa Fashion Week in NY.

This collection is a fusion of Famuyiwa's ancestral roots and today's sexy, sophisticated, and exotic woman. A Famuyiwa woman embraces her body and is confident in her skin. Tori Famuyiwa will showcase Saturday July 16th.

AFWNY includes runway shows hosting 21+ designers from various countries in Africa and those of the African Diaspora, exhibitions, and industry networking events. Opening designer Korto Momolu and designers like Washington Roberts, Saint Wobil, AAMAA Couture, Bill Witherspoon and others will showcase. Sponsors include Makari, PopDrum, Mo-Saique, Ave You, and Avaloni Studios.

Africa Fashion Week New York (AFWNY)


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