Friday, November 5, 2010

Swahili fashion week 2010

The opening day this year started with Manju Msita (Tanzania), Sonu Sharma (Kenya), Shelina Ebrahim (Tanzania/Canada) Malaria Haikubaliki (Tanzania - Various), Farha Sultan (Tanzania), Tanzania Mitindo House (Tanzania – Various), Kemi Kalikawe (Tanzania) and Asia Idarous (Tanzania) all showcased their creative flair and talent.

Sixteen female and six male models strutted the catwalk gracefully as everyone put their heads forward to catch the glimpse of the night highlights. The interlude by MCee of the event, BBA 1 contestant who is also SFW Fashion Advisory Board member appealed to people to take all necessary precautions against malaria as it is the number one killer disease than HIV/Aids scourge in Africa .

Also, Swahili Fashion Week Shopping Festival has commenced. Numerous colorful stalls have filled the Karimjee Hall gardens. Artisans, craftsmen and fashion designers from various parts of the country and within Africa have converged to offer a taste of their unique products from the multiplicity of places that they have come from

These are Diana Mageses' designes. She is the one who designed the Best national Costume from Tanzania, during the competition of Miss earth 2009. It was the first day of the festival.




Frank and Chelina wedding

The wedding of Frank Mbyallu and Chellina Ngako took place on Saturday September 11,2010
For Frank and Chellina, it was an absolutely joyous occasion as they were joined as husband and wife at st. Peters Roman Catholic Church, Osterbay Dar es salaam.
After their wedding they went direct to shopping for their honeymoon.
Now they are joined together as one! The pink and white theme of the reception held at Msimbazi Centre, Holland hall helped create a fairytale-like ambiance with the bride as the perfect princess in her stunning white lace wedding dress.
The groom was prince charming in his black suit . Absolutely beautiful wedding! Congrats to the couple.




Cris and Carol wedding

On the 31st of July 2010 Christian Mwamanga and Caroline Kinasha took the final steps to becoming man and wife by taking the holy vows of matrimony in front of their families and friends who had come from both Irnga and Moshi.

The venue of the wedding was at the Azania Front Lutheran Church Dar es salaam , before going to Double Tree Hilton Hotel for Reception. The colors red and black set the tone for the color theme. The bride Carol looked radiant in her wedding dress. Chris looked dashing in his black suit and red shirt with a beautful tie.
We are at M and M wish the couple a blissful married life