Crème of Nature and Capital FM have teamed up with the biggest fashion organization in Kenya, to bring you “FAFA Fashion For Peace” Gala night. This glamorous event will take place in Nairobi on the 17th of November 2012, under the stars, at the Silver Ring mega-dome in Ngong Racecourse.
FAFA brings you an eclectic mix of established and emerging African fashion houses while maintaining its reputation as one of the most exciting events fashionistas have seen on Kenyan soil.
DESIGNER PROFILE: MUDI
Clement Mudiaga Enajemo, also famously known as Mudi has eighteen years experience in the fashion industry. Mudi has often been praised as a designer who always surpasses the expectations of his clients by providing them with outstanding and
world class designs. It was as a result of this initial success that 15 years ago he founded MUDI AFRICA LTD with a vision of being the most sought after brand name in fashion.
MUDI has become a household name in most of Africa. He believes that every fabric has its unique language and that the ability to understand the language of the fabric makes a designer, resulting in the creation of a Masterpiece.
His designs are a Limited collection with only 4 pieces of each in production to guarantee Exclusivity.
A major focus at MUDI AFRICA is customer satisfaction, which he achieves based on the Powerful and Unique designs that his clothes represent.
Mudi Africa clientele consists of high profile individuals ranging from musicians and actors, to business men and even politicians.
Mudi has been privileged to dress; John Fashunu (former Aston Villa player), Ramsey Noah, Desmond Elliot, Olu Jacobs (all giants in the Nollywood industry), Salif Keita, Youssou N’dour (music icons) and John Kufuor (former president of Ghana) among others.
MUDI offers every customer a unique experience for their money and has impeccable customer satisfaction rates. For the past 8 years, the brand has strengthened its position as a Leading Fashion House in Africa with exceptional annual growth leading to the opening of branches across different African cities.