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Attention D.C. Snob’s: African Fashion Designers and Model Compeition (With Dot!)

Intrepid Black Snob correspondent/business partner/Gal Friday and “Jill of All Trades” Dot will be heading out to the first ever African Fashion Designers and Model Competition, going down from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. this Saturday at Zanzibar on the Waterfront, 700 Water St., Southwest D.C. (Tickets are still available for $30.)

The show will feature designers from all over the world and an after-party at the SkyClub on top of the Zanzibar. They’re promising fun, food, notable guests, beautiful people and a celeb or two.

Dot will be covering the event for The Black Snob because, you know us snobs, we like a good party. And a party with models and gorgeous clothes in D.C. seemed like the Snob trifecta. And since I’m stuck in a land-locked state holding down the Belton Bat Cave, Dot’s gonna “represent” for the site. I am jealous very, very much, but will settle for some awesome pictures of the shindig being thrown by the folks BC Entertainment & Talent Group and Jules Management & Consulting.

See you there!

Read more about the event here.

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5 thoughts on “Attention D.C. Snob’s: African Fashion Designers and Model Compeition (With Dot!)

  1. sandy says:

    I can’t wait to read this story! And I hope this is the beginning for more fashion shows of the Diaspora.

  2. Jack Straw says:

    I expect DOT-the-Daring-Denotable to connote the satirical cultural wit, I have come to relish from this blog’s reporting. Party or not (jealous that I will be traveling and unable to attend), the proper rundown on “event happenings” are looked forwarded to with glee. Go get ‘em, girl! And feel free to catch someone off guard!

  3. Gail says:

    This is slightly off topic, but I’m a middle aged black woman living in a predominantly white city with a very tiny black middle class population (I’m from Dc and don’t click well with them) who is having problems finding styles that look good on middle aged black women with booties and no waist line. The typical fashions availble (regualr office wear) tend to make my behind look ridiculously buffonish. Anyone know where I mightt get some tips on what styles would best suit my body type? Also, since this is the south, wearing lots of black doesn’t set well with folks here. Thanks!

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