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Sotho Kids fashion show breaks rules

Chris Theko

One the most talked about modeling agencies, Sotho Kids Modeling will break all the rules this Saturday when they host the ‘Unscripted Fashion Experience’, a fashion show like no other, filled willed glitz and a unique mix of culture. 

The extravaganza which will take place at the Thetsane Office Park in Maseru, promises to be a day to remember. The agency’s top models will be featured on the run way show casing some of the top brands in the country. 

Sebabatso Litlali, the event’s Head of Coordinators said there is going to be a lot of local fashion on display, dancers will also be there to entertain and some more spice will be added by the artists who will be performing to woo the crowds.

“We decided to go off the script with this one and think out of the box so there will definitely be a lot of creativity on display from most sectors in the arts and entertainment,” Litlali said. 

She said the aim of the fashion show is to help promote the local fashion designers’ material using the agency’s models. 

“We want to bring the industry together hence the name ‘Unscripted’ but the main focus is to help promote Lesotho designs by showcasing their brands,” she said. 

The event will be honored by the presence of some high ranking officials such as members of parliament and some local influencers. 

“Amongst our invited guests are Member of Parliament for Stadium Area #31 Hon MokheraneTsatsanyane, Comedian and media personality Lilaphalapha as well as Moshoeshoe “Mosh” Makhaola,” she explained. 

“This is a different form of fashion show because here the designers are allowed to design and showcase their creativity without limits.  Most fashion shows come with a theme but this one does not.

“People can go as far and wild in their dreams as possible, from streetwear, evening wear, summer/spring wear it could be anything. 

“Performances will be delivered by Basotho Tantšeng, Wave Rhyder, Grace, Omali, DjRochesta, DjLep, Kimberly and Morena Sway,” she said.

Litlali stressed however, that even though the event is all about breaking the rules, they will still be aware of complying with the Covid-19 regulations as the virus still exists. She said this means people should bring along their masks and sanitizing will be compulsory.

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