THE fashion designer behind Imani Africanique has revealed the heart and soul that went into crafting the stunning outfits worn by Miss Global pageant representative, Kudzai Matizha.
Josephine Shoko said:
“Creativity in the fashion space involves meeting customers’ needs in a way that creates mutual satisfaction.
“The leopard print symbolises prowess and resilience in our cultural tapestry.
“The spots tell stories of survival and adaptability, reflecting the diverse yet interconnected threads of our society.”
“The dress transcends fabric, it’s a reflection of the empowered spirit within.
“Adorned with beads of resilience, the dress exudes shimmering confidence and self-love.
“The round shape of pearls, associated with the moon and feminine energy, speaks to nurturing and motherhood, an empowering statement reminding individuals of their worth and potential.
“Each unique pearl mirrors the strength of every Zimbabwean woman, while silver crystals infuse the gown with wealth, modernity, glamour, grace and elegance.”