Ghana’s leading annual fashion event, Glitz Africa Fashion Week, returns for its 10th year. 

The Glitz awards are back for another edition of celebrating forward-forwarfd.

African fashion, featuring events such as a Sustainable Fashion Show, Business of Fashion Seminar, Runway Shows and Presentations.

 This week-long event will bring together industry players, fashion designers, entrepreneurs, influencers, students and enthusiasts for an exciting range of activities. The lineup for GAFW22 is as follows:

1. Influencers’ Hangout (Oct. 19): Influencers’ Hangout – an intimate hangout for GAFW22 fashion influencers.

2. Opening Cocktail Night – a private event for industry players, emerging designers etc. to hang out and officially open GAFW22;

3. Beauty Forum (Oct. 20): – a seminar for beauty brands, influencers, entrepreneurs and enthusiasts at the Underbridge;

4. Sustainable Fashion Show (Oct. 21):  – a fashion show featuring sustainable fashion designers at the Nubuke Foundation;

5. Business of Fashion Seminar (Oct. 22):  – a seminar which caters to the growing fashion community, fashion students, and emerging designers to discuss relevant to the industry.

Runway shows (Oct 23): Fashion presentations at The Lotte.

For more information, follow @glitzafrica.hq





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