African fashion

On Friday, October 16, the TU Delft African Students Association (Tudasa) hosted an African Festival at the cultural centre. TU Delft’s rector Fokkema opened the event, and he was joined by the ambassador of Ghana and representatives from the South African, Sudanese and Nigerian embassies.

More than two hundred, mainly international students also came to enjoy the vibrant sights, sounds and colors of African art and culture. A highlight of the event was an African fashion show, showcasing African fashions from traditional dress to modern designer clothes, some of which was modeled by TU Delft’s international students. “It was truly delightful to see a Chinese international student modeling African clothing”, said Tudasa’s president, Beckley Nfor, who is from Cameroon. African bands and dj’s kept the cultural centre hopping till after midnight. Tudasa, which currently has fifty members from thirteen African countries, will host similar events in the months ahead. Visit the website for more information about Tudasa and its events. 

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