FOR THE FIRST TIME IN BRAZIL – CONFIRMS THE PRESENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL MODEL CARLOS CRUZ AND SILVANA SARAIVA – WORLD PRESIDENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FEAFRO, FEAFRO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS FAIR AND ECOWAS – CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BRAZIL.
We count on your presence or a representative of your vehicle to get to know and interact with the organization of the Africa Fashion Week Brasil – AFW Brasil event, with a view to valuing our cultural diversity, also helping to combat racism, strengthen human rights of native peoples, to build a more tolerant, just and democratic society
Africa Fashion Week, a successful initiative already established in the United Kingdom and in Africa, positioned as a global movement founded by Queen Ronke Ademiluyi Ogunwusi of Nigeria, will be held for the first time in Brazil, in the city of São Paulo (Expo Center Norte), on the 25th , May 26 and 27, 2023, on the initiative of businesswoman Silvana Saraiva, world president of the Feafro International Institute and the Brazil Africa ECOWAS Chamber of Commerce and director of FEAFRO INTERNACIONAL BUSINESS FAIR, which is in its 6th edition.
On the agenda:
Fashion as a platform to showcase where African design and its diversity has excelled in the African diaspora; cultural contribution of the event to the rescue of national identity; reflections for Tourism on the “Rota da Liberdade”, contemplating incentives for affirmative actions aimed at combating racism; support for the adoption of inclusive public policies for black entrepreneurship, with broad production and dissemination of knowledge, based on technological resources that include the metaverse, with a focus on generating new and promising business opportunities through international relations between Brazil and Africa.
Confirmed presence of the Bahian Carlos Cruz, international model, who is the deputy director of the AFW Brasil week, responsible for the production of the parades and castings, better known as Rei da Favela (name adopted to honor his grandfather), and inspiration for the most black people young people.