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Great turn out at Ingo Shanyenge’s solo show

Three collections for day three by Ingo to die for.

Day 3 of Windhoek Fashion Week was of witnessed to Ingo’s private event and showcase at Experience Lounge and Cuisine at Lafrenz Industrial area.

Experience is a classy place and the set up for the fashion show was mind-blowing. Guests were welcomed with a glass of champagne and directed to their seats to wait for the show to unveil.

Ingo featured the likes of Stec Leathers Namibia and Execuspecs giving the whole showcase a vibrant and unique and feel.

The designer showcased three designs of his collections namely SmolBoi X BOSS collection, Bridal Collection and the Black Exellence collection showing off approximately 40 of his looks all together.

His collection showcase was indeed a success and it was visible in how the models comfortably took on the ramp in his clothing and the applause from the on lookers.

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What everyone wanted to know is why Ingo chose to make use of Experience Lounge and Cuisine to showcase his designs as there were allegations made towards one of the owners of the place.

“We found out that the accused individual actually has no share or isn’t part of Experience, that we did before I actually decided to use the venue,” he said.

He further added that before choosing to showcass at Experience, he requested for evidence on whether the accused is actually owned of the place and if everyone wants to know about it, it is open to the public.

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Rosalia Hipondokahttps://unwrap.online
Media Student Lifestyle and Entertainment Journo

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