Model, Philanthropist and Socialite Judith Heard made Uganda proud once again following the breathtaking fashion outfits she showcased at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation commonly known as UNESCO’s ongoing Africa Week at the organisation’s headquarters in Paris, France.
The Africa Week is a platform where various activities and festivities take place as they highlight the richness of the heritage and cultural diversity of Africa through exhibitions, conferences, fashion shows, film screenings, gastronomy among others.
Heard, together with 3 other models showcased different costumes designed by Paris-based Ugandan fashion designer Atal Stelah and what caught the revellers’ eyes was Judith’s dress and the back cloth (Lubugo in Uganda) dresses the other models were clad in
After dazzling at the fashion show and representing for Uganda to the fullest, Judith heard took to her Facebook page and posted her expereince to the followers;
“No poison can kill a positive thinker, and no medicine can save a negative thinker. I came close with STELA ATAL and we made headlines at UNESCO. Rep’ UGANDA. In PARIS-FRANCE .Africa Knows Fashion. God will never be busy to answer your prayers, Go for someone who is proud to have you. Thank you so much #StelaAtal for believing in me always. Love you my sister ” Read Judith Heard’s post
The Africa Week which includes the African Heritage Fashion Exhibition has been initiated as part of the celebration of World Africa Day (May 25th). This day celebrates the commemoration of the creation of the African Union Organization on May 25th 1963 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia under the patronage of Negus Haïlé Sélassié. Week’s African Heritage Fashion Exhibition