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Fashion week to promote African textiles

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Jan '10
A textile fashion and design exhibition, 'Haute Africa Fashion Week (HAFW)' to promote the quality of textile materials manufactured in Africa, would be held in the United States of America.

The African Chamber of Commerce, Dallas Fort Worth (DFW), Fashion HP, Blokes and Divas, CityStream Live, and Naija Prime would co-organize this exhibition, which is scheduled to be held from February 24 to 27, this year, informed the African Chamber of Commerce.

It will prove to be a substantial platform to create an opportunity for buyers to see and buy exceptional and international brands, said the Chamber.

The event is being backed-up with intensive marketing efforts, along with the usual preparations of showcasing fashion designers and lifestyle products manufacturers in high international standards, stated the Chamber.

The African Chamber of Commerce and DFW promote trade, commerce, and cultural exchange through education between the United States and countries of the African Diaspora.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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