#TotemPride in the gold on Black tshirts.
Send a whatsapp and pay through ecocash to +263 77 339 8414
1. Size of tshirt
2. Colour of tshirt
3. TOTEM nickname to be placed on the back of the tshirt
Customers in ZIMBABWE. Deliveries done in Harare CBD outside the capital will have to pay for postage
***CHECK OUT THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE AND WEBSITE www.totempride.com for more information (at Harare, Zimbabwe)
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#instaHOS @hausofstone peplum custom fabric
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Be Proudly Zimbabwean and Wear LOCAL
HARARE – So recently there has been all this TWITTER banter between Event organizers and Zimbabwean Fashion designers. Pointing the fingers at each other, the media, the customers, buyers and whatever else,
Given all this “Much a-tweet about nothing”, some NGOSIKADZIs in their own right, Zimbabwe based Fashion Designers, Danayi Chapfika and Rudo Nondo decided to make a valid contribution to the industry by taking matters into their own hands,
If you can’t get people to do it right, do it RIGHT for yourself!
So they started this event called Fashion Collective Market
Now because I did not know much about the event, I spoke to the brains behind this amazing initiative, so I asked them some questions,
The FCM is a collaborative project between Danayi Chapfika and Rudo Nondo, in partnership with Praise Gono, owner of The Palm Estate.
The Fashion Collective Market is a Proudly Zimbabwean event celebrating local up and coming and independent fashion design talent in Zimbabwe.
Selling everything fashion related across menswear, women’s apparel to accessories. FCM is a place where designers can come together in one space to promote and sell their goods to the local market.
This event not only promotes local design, but also provides the public with a space where they can easily access all the best local fashion design Zimbabwe has to offer.
The market will take place four times a year during the peak fashion seasons and anyone and everyone that has an interest in local fashion is invited to come.
Danayi Chapfika head creative designer at Haus of Stone, Danayi believes in ethical fashion and fashion that changes lives,
and Rudo Nondo creative designer at ANAIA, Rudo is passionate about the local fashion industry and is keen to see designers develop and get their products on the world map.
The FCM stemmed from a mutual desire to see the fashion industry in Zimbabwe grow, and as designers ourselves we understand the Zimbabwean designer’s plight.
We realized that there was a serious need for emerging and established designers to have a financially viable space in which they can come and not only liaise with peers but sell goods to the public.
It is purely a fashion market with food and drink stalls starting at 11am and ending at 5.30pm. We want people to come and buy clothes, interact with designers and have a good time.
It will take fashion from the ramp and turn it into a viable business. More often than not we concentrate on the glitz and glam of fashion and not the business of fashion. We want people to interact with designers and designers clothes.
The clothes will range from $20 to $200 and accessories from $5 to $25. Customers can expect an array of locally designed and manufactured clothing as well as accessories, good music, good food, great company and an amazing vibe. To sum it up cool clothes, cool designers and cooler fashion.
Haus of Stone, NDNM, Ska Sebata and Tatusi to mention but a few.
Event: Fashion Collective Market
Date: 28 SEPTEMBER 2014
Times: 11 am to 5.30 pm
Cover: $5 Entrance, and $5 OFF your first purchase
Where: Palm Estate, 16a Stonechat Lane in Borrowdale HARARE
Otherwise so far, this is what I know, if you need more info on it, feel free to ask and comment, FCM has joined the FASHION tab on the home page.
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