The JW Show, a movement set on revolutionalizing Kenyan fashion has partnered up with Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) in a bid to showcase and celebrate our cultural diversity through fashion and art – under the theme, ‘Made In Kenya By Kenyans’.
Over the last couple of years, the JW Show has become a powerhouse, popular not only for its annual fashion event, the JW Fashion Show, but a forum where fashion stakeholders and creatives can network, connect and grow.
This year’s show looks to fuse fashion, film and arts in general as it seeks to nurture talent, promote Kenyan culture and national values at the same time encouraging creation of jobs among the creatives.
KFCB helm, Dr Ezekiel Mutua this week hosted the JW Show team led by their CEO Jeffrey Wilson to discussed possible partnership ahead of the show slated for November 9th.
The JW Show team has also been touring various counties to identify the best that Kenya has to offer at county levels coupled with training and mentorship by some of industry’s top-notch.
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