Cultural Week Opens this December 2021 In Bamenda

Bamenda Fashion Week, from December 15th to the 20th, 2021 to hold at the Bamenda Congress Hall.

The Eyes of the fashion world turns to the capital of the North West this December 15-20, 2021, when the Bamenda traditional attire Fashion Week opens.

Established traditional designers and young hopefuls will rub shoulders with buyers, celebrities and reporters’ cameras as new collections in the traditional regalia or 'contri clothes' industry are unleashed to the snap of photographers’ flashes.

Running from December 15-20, the event will feature more than 50 catwalk shows, displaying the latest cuts from within the industry.

More refined traditional looks shall be found at the Bamenda Fashion Week event where over 100 designers are lined up for the exhibition of the industry's latest movers and shakers.

Gwain Colbert Fulai
(The Muteff Boy)

The Bamenda Fashion Week which is created by verteran journalist in Bamenda, Gwain Colbert Fulai, a cultural promoter, is a unique event in the catwalk circuit with its mix of latest designs in the traditional regalia scene. We invite dress makers to take the opportunity and showcase their creativity and ingenuity in the domain.

Holding at Bamenda Congress Hall, the Bamenda Fashion Week showcases North West traditional regalia in all its shapes, sizes and style

It celebrates the creativity and ingenuity of Cameroon women in the sector who struggle each day to empower themselves economically.

The Bamenda Fashion Week is also a celebration and an acknowledgement by men of women’s leadership in the domain of modern designs for this most respectable Cameroonian attire.

You are invited to be part of the event which shall gather over 5000 visitors in one week either by becoming a volunteer or a sponsor.

The Bamenda Fashion Week which shall be covered by over 30 media organs shall also benefit from live coverage from Africa Magic and Dignity Television and shall be a venue par excellence to promote the rights of women in the fashion apparel industry in Cameroon.

The fanfare promising to be a great success will go a long way to cheer the minds of all elite who hail from the Northwest region, who've lost the "sound of good music" played from the drums of their different native home, given the Anglophone Crisis, turned an armed conflict.

For more inquiries and booking, contact: Gwain Colbert,Event Commissioner
Tel: 677852476,

By Ndefru Melanie

Details: Colbert Factor

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