African fashion designers and models have been assured that they can have access to a global audience, effortlessly without worrying about travel and safety concerns to participate at international fashion weeks.
This insight was given by Pan-African Stylist, Fashion event promoter and the official representative of the International Digital Fashion Week (IDFW) and FNL Network in Sub-Saharan Africa, Mr Uduak William during a chat with a Hypestation correspondence while sharing the opportunity presented by the recently concluded international digital fashion and design week.
“Virtual shows are the in thing now because of the Corona Pandemic that has plagued our world. Hence, the international digital fashion and design week is a virtual global platform that models and designers can take advantage of platforms to showcase their designs to a global audience.
“IDFW plays host to over a hundred plus designers from all around the world and models don’t have to worry about safety, visa, accommodation and travel hassles before than can get on an international fashion week.”
According to reports, International Digital Fashion Week made record-breaking success when it premiered on September 5, 2020, on FNL Network with a whopping viewership of 33 million people from all over the world.
FNL Network launched the first-ever International Digital Fashion Week (IDFW) for designers from around the world to showcase their new season’s collections with over 100 videos, fashion films and runway shows from fashion designers and houses all around the world.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, FNL Network has been the largest contributor to the success of the fashion industry while the world is shut down.