Miss Tourism Ug KE105
27th September, 2015

This collection was made from African print fabric locally known as kitengi in east Africa. The brown you see on them was key... In every outfit. Backcloth it was .... Its a African fabric that stems from the stem of a tree... Very respected in Uganda and one of our biggest tourism exports... So it was essentially very important and had to appear in every outfit.  It is used for burial in certain cultures as well as worn by kings as well. 

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Kampala ntinda, Uganda
  • Under the Ugandan fashion society 4designs were chosen to dress the miss tourism contestants.

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