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After five successful events since its inception in 2013, Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards (ASFAs) returns for its sixth edition to be held on 7th December, 2018 at Kampala Serena Hotel under the theme ‘Fashion is Power’. As per the theme, a fashionpreneur was organised under the topic: "Fashion & Africa Rising: The Role of Fashion in the Socio- Economic Growth of the continent."
Collection is; Fashion Tourism which was launched in Paris France. Inspiration; *Uganda's beauty in diversity..captured by the colours of our National flag It is inspired by the undiscovered Karamojong people of Uganda. Fabric used; A fusion of French stiff net with the Nakatoku won by the Karamojong of Uganda.
Spider Reptalian An inspiration based on nature and its most feared characters co existing in a blissful, colorful space…
The look was driven from the urban setting of the all-time dress code of the British tuxedo ,though this time around with the touch of the Chinese dress code for the detailing which compliments the look for the urban groom who appreciates details on his wedding for his look.
Dress made out of golden chains accessorised with a metallic belt and metallic neck lace and shoulder metal cups plus a golden head crown.
Set in winter solstice, a fashion lover struggling with a changing weather and a sexy dress code for a themed reception, tries to reveal a little skin but in warm clothing ,employing thick linings to still provide warmth, nothing will stop her from achieving the perfect look, more like how life unpredictably presents situations ,not caring what plans one had before , the struggle to deal with the present situation without taking eye off the prize , the unstoppable attitude and spirit we need at times to survive .
The piece is representative of the SKP brand which is synonymous with opulence and luxury the gown draws inspiration from the Victorian Tudor era where high neck collars with intricate detailing Worn with layered billowing full skirts were fashionable. Fashion from this era was very feminine but could also be too severe. Our signature piece however has been deconstructed collar opened up a touch of floral playfulness added and the full skirt made easy and floaty to suit today's woman