Splash your colour: PR Girl Media successfully host first ever Champagne Picnic

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The Lifestyle PR Agency, PR Girl Media has consistently introduced trend-setting events that showcase Zambia’s luxury and premium brands. The Champagne Picnic is the newest addition to PR Girl Media’s calendar of premier events. For this outdoor and day-time event, PR Girl Media partnered with other colourful brands such as Stella Artois and The Terrace. The luxurious gardens of Taj Pamodzi Hotel made a perfect venue as guests were entertained in a garden of absolute delight.

Lusaka’s A-listers, socialites and celebrities came out for a day of style and glamour under the fashion theme “Splash Your Colour”. The array of colour at this event was undeniable as our guests strolled into the garden in their most fashionable. In attendance was South African entrepreneur and media personality, Bonang Matheba who wowed the audience with her charm and poise.

El Mukuka kicked off the entertainment with a sundowner session followed by Kuni’s electric performance. Esnoko’s preview of his SA Fashion week line was brought out in a unique way as the models walked through the crowd bringing the fashion even closer to the guests. The music continued with headline performer Roberto giving a sensational performance delivering smash hits “Into You” and “Vitamin U”. Sebastien Dutch ended the night with the perfect fusion of house, hip-hop and urban hits.

“This year, we decided to add another premium and exclusive event to our calendar. Bonang Matheba was a pleasant special guest and we loved every moment with her. We would like to thank everyone for coming out to the first edition of this event and can definitely confirm that this is an event we cannot wait to host again next year!” said Monde and Chishimba Nyambe, Managing Partners of PR Girl Media. Photos of the event and details of other upcoming events by PR Girl Media can be found on their social media pages.

Pictures from the event

South African TV personality and entrepreneur Bonang Matheba (center)
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South African TV personality and entrepreneur Bonang Matheba (center)
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( Photos by  Dwayne photography)

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19 COMMENTS

    • These are wannabes..vonse nivokopela…with all their fake Brazilian hair and overly makeup..still looking ugly

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    • Aww sorry I couldn’t make it fans. I was pretty sure it would gonna rain… You know how unpredictable LSK weather can be…

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  1. copying, copying when people in some developed countries start to marry animals, Africans will copy. They look to people in developed countries as role models. Whatever they do is morally right in the eyes of a stupid African person.21 century will make some people hang pounds of gold on their private part as a norm

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  2. Alas, events and people like these are at a crossroads with circa 1988 Zambia. As a largely conservative society, such images and gatherings point at Zambian society evolving into one that toasts flagrant hedonism, drug-taking, casual dalliances, alcoholism and all in all, a glaring loss of public propriety. However, it must be said that it looked sparsely populated this pretentious event. This perhaps points at the niche it was clearly aspiring to – pretenders willing to spend increasingly elusive money on fancy shindigs, gormless in their mingling with people that do nothing for coming generations but more for their ramshackle genitals.

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  3. Were all the ladies checked if they had under wears? I can some did not have the bra inside.

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  4. Alcohol Zambia. Nigeria and Kenya are promoting cyber development and computer programming, ku Zambia ni distilled Chibuku.

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  5. Lol.. awe sure.. Pa Zambia pali nchito… Ok, what exactly is a champagne picnic mwebantu? just as the name suggests or there’s deeper?

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  6. Whatever of value this was all about if not to also justify that local is lacka as Zambia needs no imported Zodwa Wabantu’s! Just wondering if all ladies had on that piece of attire which earned Zodwa a deportation! Oh my! The guys (men) were great sport!

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  7. There’s nothing wrong with allowing ourselves a few luxuries in life, so long as we don’t take our eye off the ball and forget what is important and the scale of the challenges we face. Self indulgence can quickly become an idol and leave us with a lifestyle that is superficial, but I can’t begrudge people allowing themselves a few nice things!

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