Stunning models; a beautiful set up; spectacular entertainment from live performing artists and DJs… This was not an event to miss – if you did, worry not – we know you were probably on that other end of town, so we got you covered with some of the juicy sneak peeks.
The event was attended by mostly “African timers”, as the numbers began streaming in from around 6:30 pm rather than the agreed 4:00pm; some habits die hard.
‘Unajua kawaida yetu’ we Africans
The amazing Waridi was privileged to be the host for the night and she alongside her co-host and the DJ did not let the crowd die down as they kept bringing in fire and live with their amazing personalities on stage.
The panel of judges led by Hebron, Eunice And Sir Lucky Samuel had earned themselves a hot seat already as they were expected to choose the best model per category and the best designer.
The event was created with the main goal of promoting creatives mostly in the fashion industry and upcoming performing artists. One could not help falling in love with the creativity that oozed on that runway. At the end of the night, even I was nervous as we all were eagerly waiting to hear who would be crowned Mr and Miss Tuvibe 2018.
Despite the night being a cold one , the freezing moment was when the judges took the mic and were ready to announce who the winners were, but even though it was a tough choice for the judges their verdict seemed to have impressed the audience as everyone took to cheers and jubilation and gave great congratulations to the winners Faith Kosgei and Cyrus Festus.
Buat creations must have wowed both the audience and the judges as everyone was excited when they were presented as the winning designers.
Should we call him MJ Festus? Here is our dear Mr.Tuvibe.
Sassy! Madam Kosgei, for sure Miss Tuvibe didn’t come easy.