a Girl & her World at Fiji Fashion Week 2019

a Girl & her world joins Fiji Fashion Week 2019! Read more to see how we were able to positively connect with an important industry for the development of young people, especially Girls.

Exciting news. We’re delighted that a Girl & her world has been chosen as the Official Charity Partner for Fiji Fashion Week 2019, being held in Suva from 16-25 May. As Fiji’s only official fashion platform, it’s an opportunity to showcase local up and coming Fijian designers, and for us to positively connect with an important industry for the development of young people, especially Girls. As part of this year’s partnership, our Fiji Co-ordinator, Urmila Prasad, will be speaking at the official charity luncheon on 17 May, inviting guests and supporters to ‘Change a life for less than a change of clothes.’

Find out more at the Fiji Fashion Week website: https://www.fijifashionweek.com.fj

Or follow Fiji Fashion Week on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/FijiFashionWeek/

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