Glitz Africa Fashion Week 2020 is receiving submissions for Young Design Talent

Glitz Africa Fashion Week, Ghana’s biggest annual fashion event is coming back with its 8th edition.

Produced by Glitz Africa, the exciting, Pan-African celebrity, fashion and lifestyle brand, GAFW brings together esteemed industry players and fashion enthusiasts to interact in a fun-packed weekend from 6th October to 8th November 2020.

GAFW presents the perfect opportunity to meet fab designers across Africa showcasing their collections, models, fashionistas, celebrities and influencers in an atmosphere of glitz, fashion and style. 

Glitz Africa Fashion Week is also passionate about promoting young talent by giving them a platform to showcase their creative designs to a diverse audience of industry stakeholders, fashion enthusiasts and media through our annual Young Design Talent project.

READ MORE: Glitz Africa celebrates top female leaders in its 25th Issue.

The Young Design Talent project is in partnership with the African Fashion Foundation (AFF) due to the shared vision of empowering younger designers from Africa and its diaspora to succeed in the global fashion industry and market as well as supporting African designers’ professional success.

Emerging designers with the desire to show the world their talent should send in their essays about their passion for fashion and the reason behind the desire to join the Young Design Talent project in no more than 300 words to info@glitzafricafashionweek.com. Deadline for submissions is Friday, October 23, 2020.

Follow Glitz Africa on our social media platform for updates:

• Instagram (@glitzafrica.hq) 

• Facebook (@glitzfashionwk) 

• Twitter (@glitzafricafwk/ @GlitzAfrica) 

Discover

Sponsor

spot_imgspot_img

Latest

#GeyHeyTopsAll: These 3 Gey Hey students swept all the top awards at the WAEC Distinction Awards

Three former students of the Wesley Girls High School in Cape Coast have been adjudged the top candidates of the 2019 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

6 photos of Ghanaian food in ‘ayewamu’ that will make you miss your mother’s cooking

It comes with its own health benefits as compared to plastic, paper and other materials which can harm your body as well as harm the environment.

Pistis’ Royalty collection is an ode to the true Ghanaian woman

Pistis is celebrating Gold Coast fashion and inspiring the new Ghanian woman with a new collection.