First multicultural fashion show promoting diversity & inclusion
The First multicultural fashion show in Ireland promoting Diversity and inclusion in Ireland took place in the Maldon Hotel Taillight of the 13th of July.
This event was powered by AC Matilda Enterprise in collaboration with Me G Media Production. The event Witnessed high profile guests Like The India Ambassador to Ireland, The Philippine Consul General to Ireland, Councillor Mary Seery Kearney who was representing the Lord Mayor of Dublin South, Dr Ava Brown and Dr Ebun Joseph, Mr Bismark Tambi and many more.
AC Matilda who is the Director of AC Matilda enterprise has powered a lot of fashion events in Ireland for the past 5years using her platform to create awareness on Diabetes and every year coordinating doctors and volunteers in Ireland and taking them to African for Free awareness and screening on diabetes. The purpose for the multicultural fashion show was to promote Diversity and Inclusion in Ireland.
This was highlighted through the various rounds of the fashion show while models wore dresses that reflected their country of origin. The event witnessed more that 50 models from different nationalities and Lana Salome Kurassidze a wheel chair model was crowned the Diversity Ambassador IRELAND.
Apart from the fashion show there were great entertainments from the Bright Light .and the Mel G Production. The event was hosted by Lloyd Chambers from Ireland and Njungwa Susan Kembling Oben from the UK based in Manchester.
Photo credits: Michal Sendrak.