Fashion Week Studio Inc (NYC, Paris, Milan) is pleased to announce some of next season’s pan-African designers to showcase at the Milan fashion week studio show 23 & 24 September 2023 and Paris fashion week studio show 27 & 28 September 2023.
Every season February/March & September Fashion Week Studio creates a platform on a runway show for international designers from across the globe to showcase in front of the world’s biggest fashion editors, fashion buyers, fashion curators, fashion writers and fashion experts using top luxury venues in NYC, Milan and Paris.
They hold a reputation for luxury & excellence through their legendary, historical, and lavish venues. Their commitment to quality, professional and effective service is what defines them.
According to owner of Fashion Week Studio Inc, Nathanaelle Hottois Galetlole, every year they feature pan-African designers to introduce African couture as luxury alongside international designers showcasing their garments at the international runway show.
Previously the show has featured local designers from South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana and many popular names such as the late Quiteria Atelier, Melerine & Rose International’s head designer and owner, Kagiso Mac Mashilo from Mabopane exhibited his work September 2022 alongside Vukani Fashions at the Ritz Hotel in France.
This season they are collaborating with household names such as:
- Visionary South African hip-hop creative Don Design who recently launched a capsule design Under his streetwear fashion label Monday.To.Monday, the designer has re-imagined a new range and has since evolved from his original counter-culture roots into a designer artistic expression.
- Sumaiya Dzietror is the co-owner/creative director of the renowned Ghanaian fashion house, Pistis Ghana. She and husband/co-founder, Kabutey Dzietror, graduated from the Vogue Style School of Fashion & Design. PISTIS is a Ghanaian based fashion house headquartered in Accra. The company currently stands at the frontline of the fast-growing African fashion industry while making major strides on the international markets.
– Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa’s Essie Apparel, which launched to great acclaim in 2019. The new collection, made entirely in South Africa, interrupts established ideas about what winter colours and winter wear should be, introducing bold colours and unapologetically unconventional designs for both women and men.
– Nigerian designer Chidinma Obairi has been well established in the fashion industry since 2012. The luxury brand has unveiled grand style collections. The fabulous creations are inspired by contemporary art & luxury, a full ambiance of glitz and glamour. The Designer points out significantly, “the collection brings couture techniques ready to wear, creating timeless pieces”.
Next season after Milan and Paris shows will be February 2024 – launch of Fashion Week Studio Pan African Luxury Group in NYC.