The award winning design label Kiko Romeo created a unique and different outfit for each individual women in the campaign. The amazing fashion designer behind Kiko Romeo is Ann McCreath, pictured below.
Ann has won many awards for her work in fashion and peace building, and was listed in the “Top 100 Women Influencing Africa” by Arise Magazine, as well as being a finalist in the Ethical Fashion Forum Source Awards 2012 for “Outstanding Contribution to Sustainable Fashion”. She is Chair of FAFA (Festival of African Fashion & Arts), which she co-founded in 2008 to produce “Fashion for Peace”, and is currently the Kenya Coordinator for Fashion Revolution Day. – See more at: http://kikoromeo.com
is one of Kenya’s top stylist and renowned internationally. When we asked her to do this shoot we nearly missed the boat due to her being so in demand. We featured Annabel in one of our very early chapters of this campaign as a powerhouse that is changing the face of the city. See and read her story here!
The makeup artist
Sinitta Owor and her brand Cultured Ego
did the make up. Here’s Sinitta taking a short break from work during production.
The sound guy
Here’s a shot of him with Pauline Vaughan from Mkopa. Ngalah was excited to hear more about it because Mkopa had made such a difference in grandmothers life in Siaya county.
The food guys
They provide fast fresh food that’s nutritious,healthy and delicious!
The social media manager
Brenda Muckle is in charge of our digital media strategies and media output. Ex-LinkedIn London and recently returned to her homeland, Kenya. Brenda is working as a Social Media Consultant; maximising social media to elevate conversation and promote impactful projects globally. https://ke.linkedin.com/in/bmuckle
JOURNALIST: CYNARA VETCH
ASSISTANT: WANGARI KAHUNGURA