Offering opportunities to fashion designers

13 April 2021 | Events

MICHAEL KAYUNDE

WINDHOEK

With Miss Namibia 2021 around the corner, the organising committee is in search of 16 talented Namibian designers to design as well as tailor-make 16 contestants’ evening gowns.
Interested designers are urged to visit the NBC TV premises to submit designs before to Friday, 16 April, with auditions scheduled for the same day between 10:00 and 14:00 at Studio 2.
“If selected, you must be able to submit a finished gown on 14 May,” read a statement from the pageant’s organising committee.
The criteria include having Namibian citizenship, being able to design a glamorous yet jaw-dropping evening gown, incorporating either the Namibian flag or Miss Namibia’s logo colours within the design and being able to present the committee with a sketch of the gown’s design.
For more information, contact Toucy at +264811255557 or email [email protected]

Walvis night out
In other entertainment news, South Africa’s latest music sensation Focalistic will be in Namibia on Saturday, 24 April, courtesy of Bluedrop Media.
The 24-year-old musician will be performing at Steak House in Walvis Bay. Also on the line-up for the show, dubbed Kings and Queens with Focalistic, are Kurzca, Ethnix, DJ Spuzza, Musketeer and more.


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