The organizers of the Monrovia Fashion Evolution (MFE) has confirmed a final date for the launch of their highly anticipated Fashion event, which doubles as the launching of the Kantata City Foundation, a charitable organization.
The Kantata City Foundation (KCF), organizers of the MFE announced yesterday that the Monovia Fashion Evolution is set for Sunday, December 6, 2015 at the Bella Casa Hotel in Sinkor at 6:30pm.
The Foundation is named in honor/after Kantata City in Qatar, which is known as City of Success, Prosperity and Glory.
The designs are expected to be blended with Liberian and Qatari influences, and would be “graceful, tasteful, appealing and lovely, ” said Mrs. Charslyn Golu Kouh, proprietress and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Foundation said.
Mrs. Kuoh said 14 beautiful girls and three handsome men were duly selected to model the designs.
“The fashion show is part of our many ways to raise funds for the Foundation which is aimed at building up the minds of the youthful generation in a suitable and conducive environment; and which will allow them accelerate their potential and provide them the opportunities to contribute immensely to the rebuilding process of the country,” Mrs. Kuoh said.
Tickets for the fashion show are on sale for US$100, US$50 and US$25, respectively, and can be picked up at the offices of Kantata City Foundation, located between Carey & Johnson Streets. And for Reservation, the numbers are 0888394040/0777288685.
Meanwhile, the Monrovia Fashion Evolution on Sudnay will also serve as the official launch of Kantata City Foundation.
The Foundation is registered as non-political, non-governmental and not-for-profit organization and was founded by Mrs. Kuoh with a passionate appeal in addressing major challenges confronting the society, with emphasis placed on education, health, entertainment and empowerment at all levels.
“With the strongest conviction of make impacts, we are going to add value to the society by providing for the needy, and we look forward for the collective efforts from the society, especially those in the public and private sectors,” Mrs. Kuoh said.