9.5 C
Alba Iulia
Monday, July 6, 2020

PR Girl Media turn Lusaka into a “21st Century Garden”

Headlines PR Girl Media turn Lusaka into a “21st Century Garden”

The 4th annual Lusaka July event was successfully held at the Lusaka Polo club under the theme “21st Century Garden” on 13th July.

The glamorous event attracted many prominent figures and socialites such as Shadaya, Macky 2, Ruff Kid, Mampi ,Chef187 , Roberto and many more. The special guest was Zimbabwean socialite Pokello Nare. 

The event offered a live-polo match, jazz band, orchestra and fashion showcases as entertainment. Local designers Esnoko, Nkanda Yathu and Fay Designs showcased at the event with Namibian designer Melissa Poulton and South Africa’s George Malelu as the international designers.

Pictures from the event

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

 

18.

 

19.

20.

21.

Photos by Mfumu Photography and Chellah Tukuta

For more photos visit the Lusaka July Facebook page

 

[Read 9,249 times, 1 reads today]

24 COMMENTS

  1. it’s good, ba telala (tailors) made some good money making those colorful outfits
    they all look great
    I am a sucker for dark skin and natural hair, would be great to have seen more of that. but then again they weren’t catering to me, so it’s all good

    • The Zambian economy is thriving. These beautiful well dressed women is testament. Most of them are unemployed How else could they afford ma weave, make up etc.

    • These chaps are in financial trouble as they are reported to have been taken to court for failure to settle a debt of close to $50,000 from AB Bank. This event doesn’t make sense as clearly it doesn’t enable them to make money. It’s a total waste of time and effort. At best, these chaps are dreamers; are full of hot air

  2. it’s good, tailors made some good money making those colorful outfits
    they all look great
    I am a sucker for dark skin and natural hair, would be great to have seen more of that. but then again they weren’t catering to me, so it’s, so it’s all good

  3. it’s good, tailors made some good money making those colorful outfits
    they all look great

    I prefer dark skin and natural hair, would be great to have seen more of that. but then again they weren’t catering to me, so it’s, so it’s all good

    • If there was no make up an wigs, most of these women would be hiding from public view. I have never seen such an effort to look different from what you really are.

  4. our women are very heavy (fat). By the time they reach 50 they will overtake Irene Mambilima na Ba Dora………

  5. Appliances or mad inventions of the white man.Any one that buys one of them should have his head examined.Peter Carlos Hinds.

  6. The theory of slavery was that.Blacks are the same colour as the soil.So blacks should do agriculture.Peter Carlos Hinds.

  7. Are there no gyms in Zambia? Looks like dieting is not possible for these fat ladies! Ukutemwa ubwali!

  8. These events are a good Contribution to GDP. We should support PR Girl for this. Only, I hope they don’t keep the event on 13th July, because one year, it’ll fall On a Friday the 13th…… and that could be ghoulishly disastrous!

    Also, the quality of the products on display should be less, …. Polyester and Nylon…it’s not a good look. Let’s try and promote our cultural products not all those itchy looking puff ball clothes! Only Chellah nails his design in the second last photo, with
    a fresh, playful Chitenge cotton outfit. Promotes Zambian wear/cloth, the event should create zambian wealth using zambian products.

  9. For all of u who are talking bad about women’s body when u didn’t create them, U have no lives because if u have nothing good to say be quiet. Coz u urselfies are not that special u have ur own stuff u know u deal with. Appreciate or be quiet. Hiding behind the phones or computers why don’t u show up and say something in their faces, Oh! u can’t do that because u are haters and know that it wouldn’t go down greatly would it? . God doesn’t like Drebe downer’s. Just stop biting down women it’s not easy being one.. would u tell ur Mum that she is fat?? No u wouldn’t. So why talk down to those beautiful women.

  10. I don’t get it. Ati ‘Lusaka July’ … imagine a South African traditional ceremony called ‘Kuomboka’ because it is big in Zambia or naming a local football match ‘World Series’ or ‘Superbowl’. Lacking originality!!! Everything is stolen in Zambia: events, clothing, music … kaya.

  11. @chikumbi,
    These are daughters and sons of JEZEBEL, the mother of harlot. They are not ashamed to look like women while they are men and vice versa.

  12. Those who are ponting against body shapes, and yet so many men have ama pot belly. Look in the mirror atase. And busy critising other people’s wives, is yours a size 10?

  13. That’s right men walking around with the big belly’s how about that. And all u talking about how women are fat lets see ur faces . A kind heart doesn’t hate but appreciate and encourage. So if u find ur self talking down about others its because u have lived and experienced it bad in ur own life, and now u are pouring it on others u are a bad seed..

Comments are closed.

- Advertisement -
Loading...

Latest News

Zambia Center for Inter-Party Dialogue condemns UPND Cadres’s conduct in Monze

The Zambia Center for Inter-Party Dialogue has condemned the political intolerance exhibited by the UPND members and supporters in...

Lusambo Vows to Avenge President Lungu’s Treatment by UPND Cadres in Monze

Lusaka Province Minister and ruling Patriotic Front (PF) Copperbelt Province Mobilisation Chairperson Bowman Lusambo has said that PF members on the Copperbelt will make...

2021 Elections May be Devoid of Integrity and Credibility going by the behaviour of the Electoral Commission of Zambia

Zitukule Consortium is concerned that the 2021 general elections may be devoid of electoral integrity and credibility going by the behaviour of the Electoral...

Citizens are Entitled to Express Public Displeasure With the President

By: Anthony Bwalya - UPND Member As part of his ongoing countrywide political campaigns, paying zero regards to public health regulations in view of COVID19,...

Iconic Miseshi Stadium Facing Extinction

Uncertainty has surrounded the future of Kitwe’s Miseshi Stadium located in Mindolo as the private owner seeks to sell the land housing the sports...

More Articles In This Category

- Advertisement -
[Read 25 times, 1 reads today]