Africa meets Baroque

Also this year the Madeinmedi, Mediterranean Design & Fashion Week, meets the creativity of international artists and of the fashion designer of Sood Generation. In fact, on the 7th and the 8th of June 2013, the Corso Vittorio Emanuele in Noto will turn into an exceptional catwalk that will host important names of the international fashion system and creative young fashion designers.

To start the dance, the debut of the first collections of nine Harim Accademia Euromediterranea students: Ina Bordonaro, Marilena Mandanici, Vanda Marletta, Eleonora Micciché, Frida Musmeci, Luisa Nastasi, Mary Randazzo, Roberta Romano and Mara Sanzone.

Sood Generation will show the original creations of Antonio Attisano, Morena Cutello, Raffaella Rullini, Giorgia Salvo, Valentina Santagati and Rosa Vetrano.

Protagonists of the International Défilé, the clothes and the jewels of Rujji Collection, the brand of the Libyan designer Raja Rayes who will seduce Madeinmedi audience with the colours of her mysterious Tripoli.

From Nigeria, Iconic Invanity of Nancy Nwadire: colours, laces, embroideries, pearls rule the roost in the clothes made with ankara fabrics, typical of the place of origin of the designer and her brand.

From Morocco, Said Mahrouf: in 2012, he presented his collection at Amsterdam Fashion Week while in 2013, he was the protagonist of the Paris World Fashion Week. Said Mahrouf is one of the leading names of the Festimode-Casablanca Fashion Week during which he annually presents its latest collections of Prêt-à-Porter.

Last but not least, Shahira Fawzy from Egypt: memories of the desert and of Cairo that become wearable art.

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