The African Student Association (ASA) is rolling out the red carpet for the African Royalty Fashion Show, and it’s not just a fashion show; it’s a full-blown celebration of culture, diversity, and all things stylish. So, grab your coolest outfits and let’s dive into the deets of this epic night!
African Royalty Fashion Show: Elevating African Fashion: A Main Event Spotlight
In the past, the fashion show was just a tiny piece of a bigger event. But hold on to your hats – this year, ASA decided it deserved the spotlight. The African Royalty Fashion Show is now the main event, giving African fashion the attention it truly deserves. Ojuolape Folarin, the VP of ASA, spills the beans that they want to explore what it means to be Black/African in the United States through the lens of fashion.
African Royalty Fashion Show: Doors Open at 7 p.m.: Food and Feasts Await
Get ready to strut into the UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom at 7 p.m. But before you hit the runway, your taste buds are in for a treat – traditional dishes from Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, and Ethiopia. Can you say yum? After the food coma, it’s time for the real show!
Fashion, Music, and Dance Galore: A Night of Non-Stop Fun
At 8 p.m., the stage comes alive with the beats of Emmanuel Nwaneto (E.M.E.) and his chart-topping single “Drago.” But it’s not just about the tunes; Yasmine Lawson is bringing the moves with some killer choreography. Each of the four fashion walks is paired with unique performances that will keep you on the edge of your seat, and your feet moving!
Free Fun, Thanks to CU Boulder’s Cultural Events Board
And guess what? This fabulous night is absolutely free, all thanks to CU Boulder’s Cultural Events Board. So, there’s no excuse to miss out on the fun! The whole shebang wraps up with DJ Ambitious Boy from Boulder, making sure we end the night on the highest note possible.
African Royalty Fashion Show: Join the ASA Vibes: A Community of Friendship
Feeling the vibes and want to be part of the African Student Association? They’re all about it. The ASA is a tight-knit community that brings together CU’s African students and anyone who wants to dive into a world of culture, friendship, and shared experiences. According to them, it’s all about being like family with African Americans because, hey, we’re all brothers and sisters.
African Royalty Fashion Show: Dress to Impress: Your Style, Your Rules
Oh, and before we forget – the dress code? It’s simple: dress to impress. Whether you’re rocking traditional African attire or your freshest street style, this is the night to strut your stuff and show off your unique style.
So, mark your calendars, spread the word, and get ready for a night of fashion, food, and fun. The African Royalty Fashion Show is about to take over December 9, and you don’t want to miss it! See you on the runway!