Latitude 13 Hotel to host RVK Africa Fashion cocktail

As the two nights full of glamour and fabulosity quickly approach Latitude 13 Hotel has announced that all is set for the RVK Fashion cocktail on Thursday ahead of the main showdown on 25  and 26 November at BICC in Lilongwe.

Latitude 13 Hotel In Lilongwe
Latitude 13 Hotel In Lilongwe

Lush Events manager Lorraine Mopiwa confirmed the news to Nyasa Times saying, the newly opened exquisite Hotel situated in Mphonongo Street, area 43 will treat a group of international and local designers and models.

“We have 12 countries participating at this fashion festival. Zambian and Zimbabwean models are already in the country. The rest are expected to arrive before Friday. We are very grateful that Latitude 13 has expressed interest to host us,” Mopiwa disclosed.

She added: “Apart from the social interaction, this will give a chance to our international counterparts to appreciate the beauty of Malawi which is good for our tourism industry.”

Meanwhile, the organizers have released the program of the two day event.

According to the program, Wati, Nyalisa and Lilly Alfonso are among the local designers while Legal Designs (South Africa) and Bonono Merchants (Lesotho) are among the international designers that will showcase on the opening day.

The second day will see models on the runway parading in Ms Pearls Designs and Nzika wear (Malawi) and in Nicole’s (Botswana), Bongani Tambo (South Africa) and Sanah (Zimbabwe) designs among others.

South African based John Paulo, Lulu, Phyzix, Dali and Blaze have been billed to entertain fashionistas at the event.

Doors will be opened at 6pm.

The event which has attracted both local and international 20 designers and 25 models has been jointly organized by RVK Fashion and Lush Events.

Tickets are already on sale at BICC Business Center and Lilongwe Wildlife Center or alternatively contact the organizers Lorraine on 0996169702 or Gina 0994 02 09 97.

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