African Prestige is a new quarterly magazine that covers entertainment events and seeks to provide social, political, and economic perspectives on issues affecting the African community, with a broader goal to reach those of non-African descent in the desire to educate and enrich others regarding our culture. An alternative to the mainstream, African Prestige magazine provides a forum for positive ideas and intelligent voices that stand for the betterment of Africa.
At the heart of the magazine are the unique photos provided by johnnydeclassic.com, founded by John A. Okafor, an entrepreneur whose vision for this magazine is finally being realized. We cover entertainment, fashion, health, politics and a wide variety of newsworthy events. We hope to create unique opportunities for Africans to showcase their many talents in a positive light, and also fulfill the need for high quality, well written, and thought-provoking articles. We envision worldwide distribution in the near future to serve as a reliable source for African infotainment with a passion for editorial and photojournalistic excellence.
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Hi, my name is Cecile Mengue, and I am a CEO of Fashion HP (www.myfashionhp.com), and we are currently teaming up with African Chamber of Commerce (www.africanchamberdfw.org), and the City of Dallas (www.dallascityhall.com) on an annual recurring event that would bring in hundreds of people from all over to take part in this week long exhibition. we plan to organize in conjunction with the NBA ALLSTAR weekend here in Dallas and planning to kick it off with the Russell Simon project athlete for Africa and the rest of the week will consist of many other project. We are currently in the blueprint process of this ordeal and we are currently seeking opportunities for media exposure, advertising, and sponsorship. Below is an overview of this extravaganza, and I would love for you to look over it and read all the details and check back in with me about any further actions you may want to take to suite your needs. I am looking forward to hearing from you and I hope you would take huge advantage of this opportunity to make your mark in Dallas history.
Haute Africa fashion week Launched the first very successful annual fall/winter fashion week in June 2009. The event ran under the name of Ethnic Fashion Week and was simultaneously held with the 11th annual African Economy Forum at the Renaissance Hotel located in the Heart of Dallas, Texas.
Haute Africa Fashion Week is a luxury multi-day event that will include Runway shows, exhibition, industry networking events and fashion business seminars. HAFW will showcase cutting-edge African fashion and also includes exhibits of African brands and fine art as well as world-class entertainment. Designed with an era of international sourcing and product marketing in mind, HAFW is presented as a one-stop shop for African label and product promotion perfect for business action, press presence and culture exchange.
To emphasize the fuse of both Western and African cultures through fashion, stage independent designers, and draw international attention to African’s unique intersection of Art, culture, and Fashion while raising money to fight some issues the continent is dealing with such as AIDS, poverty and education just to name few.