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Prêt-À-Poundo: Mozambique Fashion Week's Young Designers [Day 2]

Photo recap of the second day at Mozambique Fashion Week.


Mozambique Fashion Week went from strength  to strength with a continuous string of young designers in its second day. Maboo, Paulino Raul, Sedi Chambal, Sara Gravata, Hannah Dai, Telma Orlando, Nelson Augusto, Ivandro Correia, Pinto Musica, Neide Buque, Mertina Fumo and Veronica Faustino showcased a wide range of designs, colors , patterns, shapes and ideaso. This young fashion generation embraces a diversity of interpretation of modern design. Fashion is rich and complex: it gets increasingly hard to keep an eye on it. Now, we must continue to reinvent ourselves but would it be unrealistic to expect something totally new? What of the new generation's work? Have a look at the pictures below.

*Hannah Dai

*Ivandro Correia

*Maboo

*Mertina Fumo

*Neide Buque

*Nelson Augusto

*Paulina Raul

*Pinto Musica

*Sara Gravata

*Sedi Chambal

*Telma Orlando

 

 

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