Africa Fashion party: an exercise in power dressing in SW7

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Want to know about power dressing? Then take guidance from the discerning set who took the Sir John Madejski garden at the V&A to toast the UK’s most extensive exhibition of African fashions to date. Africa Fashion, curated by Dr Christine Checinska, is a showcase of over 200 objects from more than 20 countries, spanning impressive textile design, using traditional techniques, to a photographic showcase of the provocative street fashion on the continent. But, who was in attendance? Only the Marchioness of Bath in an energetic trouser suit who could be seen catching up with British Vogue’s editor Edward Enninful. Two people giving Emma Weymouth’s trousers a run for their money were Mia Regan and Bernardine Evaristo, the Booker Prize winner. Model Fadhi Mohamed looked effortlessly chic and so did married design-duo Charlie Casely-Hayford and Sophie Ashby.

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