International Women’s Day, history began since 1913 by Russian Women, promoting women freedom, solidarity, peace and in 1975, the United Nations designated that year “International Women Year” and now in 2013 all over the world, different race, celebrate and promote the beauty of our “Mothers, Sisters, Wife and Friends- ‘Women’.

“The Afro Fashion Day Ireland 2013” will be celebrating the International Women’s Day on  the 2nd of March, at Carlton Hotel, Tyrrelstown, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15,Reasons why you shouldn’t miss  the ADCenter Fashion Show 2013Firstly becos of  the organizers of the event , Your Presence will be well appreciated in every way because You are helping the team to support African women, promoting mothers,African culture and heritage in Ireland, the image of Africa and the beauty of Africa.One of the most special reasons  is , You will be  helping the organizers to raise money in supporting the Organisation  Af DiasporaCenter  to continue in their community work to support African Women in Diaspora and their integration in the host community. You will also be  helping Up Coming Models of all nationalities in promoting themselves as a “Model”.We have many talented singers in the house coming to promote themselves, businesses coming to showcase their products.We will have a wonderful event  with several prizes and raffles with Susi Medeiros, Jeffery taking of “Instant Picture to take home”, meeting new friends….(Networking)

Most of all we have 4 different Designers coming to showcase their collections and the day will be graced by various “Special Guest”.

For more info:

Susuana Komolafe {CEO}

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