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Fashion sector struggles to make its mark

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Jun '08
Every season fashion savvies focus on hubs like Milan, Paris and Italy, where designers come up with outstanding creations that can be worn for remaining stylish people. On the other hand, few nations are still struggling to make their way in the competitive world of fashion.

Kenya, one such country, is making serious efforts for carving a niche for itself among fashion hubs accross the globe.

Eventhough, the domestic designers are constantly designing garments for Kenyan fashionistas they are unable to become the first choice of international fashion lovers.

However, experts from this field suggest that, fine nuances like perfect cuts and shapes are something that the local designers still need to learn. The designs, prints and fabrics all have to blend with one another for creating a mesmerizing garment. Unlike other industries, fashion designers must strive to come up with new and interesting outfits if they want to remain popular.

The Government and established designers of Kenya have started providing platform for the budding talent, so that they can make a name for themselves in the fashion world.


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