Monday, March 16, 2009

Sunny SUNY Binghamton!

While the rest of the DMV residents were meditating on the pouring rain, CM was in Binghamton, New York for the University's African Students Organization (ASO) Fashion Show entitled Threads of the Motherland. The 13th of March, was indeed a great night....The crowd there had MAAD energy....Africa was fully represented by the audience, music and the themed fashion scenes.. From Brunch in Burundi, Hi-Life in Kumasi, Flashing Lights in Nairobi to Nights in Nollywood. The Threads of Motherland Show had true versatility and character.

The show also featured a fundraiser for the African Women of Love Ministry whose focus is on transforming the lives of individuals in Sierra Leone. The show also featured an exhilarating dance performance by the Black Dance Repertoire.






Shout out to the models, Ms. Lola and the ASO crew for their hard work..It payed off!!!
We had fun, enjoyed the campus and we definitely enjoyed a bit of shopping before we returned to Maryland to begin the weekend..LOL. Thanks to everyone who made it Awesome.

Next on the Calendar....

March 28th: Taste of AFrica Fashion Show @ SUNY Plattsburgh, NY

April 3rd: Howard University Annual Spring Fest Show in Washington, DC

Take care and have a great week..

xoxo
Maryanne & Da Gurl Nini

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