Malawi fashion designer Beatrice Mabvuto responds to Covid -9

With the current coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak, fashion designer Beatrice Mabvuto of Scorpii Clothing has designed face masks that are more personal to the client.

Models wearing Scorpil clothing mask
Model wearing Scorpil clothing mask
Scorpil clothing mask

The fashion line has created a face mask collection which offers  a wide range of style and design.

In an interview with Nyasa Times, Mabvuto said she wanted to design and make face masks that were made in Malawi which offered the public choice according to the person’s style and aesthetic.

“Fashion is such an important part in our daily life and it seems to dictate a large amount  in what we do. I felt that by offering a unique selection of masks it will encourage more people to use them,” she explained.

Beatrice further added that she wanted to show the face mask in another way by introducing them in a fashion forward way that conveys a person’s personal style by giving them an identity.

Scorpii Clothing officially started in 2016 after showcasing at London Fashion Week with its first collection which was showcased in 2015.

The brand was then established in 2017 and Beatrice showcased the second collection in Malawi at African Fashion Festival 2017, third collection at Mzuzu Fashion Week 2018, African Fashion Festival 2018 and 4th collection at African Fashion Festival 2019.

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Instagram: @scorpii_clothing

Facebook Page: @scorpii_clothing

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9 months ago

Ayi mwakhanyula bwino mayi……

Ndikhetsamwazi Chakwera

COMMENDABLE!!! Proud to see such things as a Malawian. you have my blessings

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