Nigeria Fashion Week 2011 going Green

12 Sep

Nigeria Fashion Week 2011 going Green

As part of a contribution to a healthy and sustainable environment, the Nigeria Fashion Week 2011 is going green. This is an effort by Legendary Gold Limited in joining the rest of the world to call for climate change, especially in Africa.

The highlight of the Nigeria Fashion Week 2011 is the going green collection. This segment was especially created to draw awareness to climate change. Designers participating in this slot will be using recycled materials to create their collection as against normal fabrics and accessories.

The 19th of November, which is the last day of the Nigeria Fashion Week, is dedicated to climate change awareness walk and tree planting exercise. Those that will be part of this exercise include local, national and international guests and partners.

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5 Responses to “Nigeria Fashion Week 2011 going Green”

  1. internet ready hdtv September 13, 2011 at 3:34 pm #

    I would like to say thanks for the efforts you have made compiling this article. You have been an inspiration for me. I’ve forwarded this to a friend of mine.

  2. Sam September 13, 2011 at 6:20 am #

    This is wonderful,cant wait!we must help save our planet,d entire world is goin green.

    • Sam September 22, 2011 at 11:26 am #

      I’m with you Sam! Let’s keep it green, you guys!

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