Canada-based African Vogue and humanities Motion (AFAM) and Rwanda Cultural Vogue Present (RCFS) just lately signed a Memorandum of Understanding to advertise African trend, and humanities and to create public consciousness of the expertise and high-quality designs in each Canada and Africa.
The partnership seeks to discover areas of potential collaboration throughout completely different disciplines and initiatives together with, collaborating between the 2 companies by exchanging expertise in occasion administration, and exchanging technical help reminiscent of trainings for African fashions and African trend designers.
Each event additionally agreed to assist and help African designers to take part in African trend and humanities motion in Vancouver, Canada and in addition develop alternatives for African artists, together with trend designers, runway and photogenic fashions, photographers, cultural and conventional dancers, and tailors.
Rwanda Cultural Vogue Present made six years this yr.
Celestin Ntawirema, the CEO of Rwanda Cultural Vogue Present, revealed that the present was capable of appeal to the western audiences and that’s how the Canadian agency determined to associate with them to make the occasion higher.
“The style trade in Rwanda remains to be on the transfer and this partnership will promote Made-in-Rwanda on the worldwide stage. Additionally, trend designers and fashions will attend the presentation and can meet different individuals since they may have a global stage,” he stated.
AFAM is an organization devoted to growing instructional alternatives for younger Africans and bettering international understanding of Africa. AFAM Vancouver targeted effort on shifting the narratives about Africa and the African diaspora to enhance the standard of knowledge accessible and problem monolithic and anachronism stereotypes.
RCFS is a discussion board for native and worldwide cultural trend designers, to showcase their designs. It’s a change of trend, life, and artwork by rising and established trend designers. It brings collectively trend designers, coverage makers, and customers. AFAM exhibits characteristic fashionable African designs reminiscent of kitenge, (African print), batik, and different artistic works by African designers.