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The Anatomy of Monrovia Fashion Week (Part 1): Pre-shoots

                                                                             

The buzz word for the days leading up to Monrovia Fashion Week (Dec 17-21, 2013), is fashion.  Fashion is what we will be preaching, before the fashion week and long after it is over.  In the days and weeks leading up to and following Monrovia Fashion Week, I will cover all controversy, skepticism, criticism, and the success stories, friendships, support, faith, determination, shared visions, encouragement, opportunity, and outreach, that are going to make Monrovia Fashion Week a phenomenal event.

Part 1: Pre-Shoots


          Rebazar Forte, 6'2'' first modeled with Mod-l Agency in Liberia and has done a few shows.
                                                                     
Sonnie-etta Thomas, 5'11'' a professional Liberian model working in Cape Town, South Africa with D management. She has done numerous show including the Viviane Westwood Gold Label launch in Nairobi, Kenya.
                                                                                
Myric Designs
Monrovia, Liberia - October 3, 2013: Monrovia Fashion Week photoshoot. Photos by Morgana Wingard Copyright Morgana Wingard
Monrovia, Liberia - October 3, 2013:Monrovia Fashion Week photoshoot. Photos by Morgana Wingard Copyright Morgana Wingard
This is all me right here, I love country cloth with traditional shells.  I had to let you guys know that.
Akouavi Tehoungu wearing Le Mirage

Monrovia, Liberia - October 3, 2013: Monrovia Fashion Week photoshoot. Akouavi Tehoungu wearing Le Mirage by Ora Barclay. Hair by Coco Palmera Dunn / Palmera Salon. Make-up by Ayo Brown. Photos by Morgana Wingard Copyright Morgana Wingard
Monrovia, Liberia - October 3, 2013: Monrovia Fashion Week photoshoot. Photos by Morgana Wingard Copyright Morgana Wingard



 
Stay tune for part two, it's going to get juicer. 
 
 
 

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