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African inspired vibes at Multichoice African night

By Stella Nassuna

Added 26th May 2016 11:03 PM

Multichoice Uganda on Wednesday joined the rest of Africa to celebrate the African day; they celebrated Africa for who she truly is, and that was no other than a rich fashion and culture continent that she spans of.

   African inspired vibes at Multichoice African night

Outfits by Anita Beryl at the Africa Day celebrations at Serena on Wednesday. Photos/ Kalungi Kabuye

Multichoice Uganda on Wednesday joined the rest of Africa to celebrate the African day; they celebrated Africa for who she truly is, and that was no other than a rich fashion and culture continent that she spans of.

The spirit of Africa was up in the air last evening at Serena, during the Multichoice Africa day event.

Multichoice Uganda on Wednesday joined the rest of Africa to celebrate the African day; they celebrated Africa for who she truly is, and that was no other than a rich fashion and culture continent that she spans of.

 utfit by  lothing at the frica ay celebrations at erena Outfit by Brenda Maraka at the Africa Day celebrations at Serena

 

The question of whether they explored the African spirit rather well was something that was answered in the sense of fashion and style displayed by the guests, and the fashion designers.

There was a diversity of African style and fashion inspired by culture; a bit of East African vibes, then West African, and Afro Urban vibes that spanned into Asian and western cultures touches.

Minister for tourism, wildlife and antiquities, Maria Mutagamba inspired by Buganda culture took us to the central part of Uganda with her Gomesi.

 utfit by  aphael at the frica ay celebrations at erena Outfit by K Raphael at the Africa Day celebrations at Serena

 

Minister for trade and industry, Amelia Kyambadde took us to a continental ride when she rocked an African print head gear, and outfit.

The chairman of Multchoice Uganda, Steven Musoke took us to the West African side of life; he donned the African tunic and matching pants with head turban.

When it came to the runway action, Brenda Maraka gave the bride something new to work with. Her African inspired voluminous flowy wedding gowns were so angelic.

 utfit by guana at the frica ay celebrations at erena Outfit by Iguana at the Africa Day celebrations at Serena

 

Olivia Nafuka took us to the beautiful natural wild yet fantasy side of life when she showcased a collection inspired by the Monarch; the monarch detail was on the men suits and the flowy column dresses.

Then Antina Berly wowed us with her African couple inspired collection. Other designers that showcased was Eguana Kampala, Shuka Gallery, Vanessa Ikwang and Latif Madoi

 

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