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Meet the MC - #suzanmusti Suzan Mutesi Mufumbiro
Originally from Uganda, is one of the top African Australian Fashion icons. After making the move to Australia to complete high school, Mutes i’s passion only grew stronger. Teaching herself only the basics of design, such as alterations and mending torn clothes on a sewing machine, Mutesi knew that to be recognised as a designer she would need to further develop her skills from garment construction to sewing and pattern making. Mutesi was soon accepted into one of Australia’s top-ranked design institutions, Raffles KvB Institute of Technology, graduating with a Bachelor of Design majoring in Fashion. With dreams to own a recognised, international label, Suzan Mutesi was born in 2009. Suzan Mutesi has always had an eye for fashion with her passion geared towards simple, elegant pieces. The Suzan Mutesi brand symbolize structure and class and most importantly give women of all body types the ability to feel confident, comfortable and beautiful. With dreams to dress Oprah winfrey, Michelle Obama, Beyonce, Kerry Washington, LupitaNyong’o, TikaSumpter, porcha Stewart the list is endless. Suzan Mutesi is committed to creating unique individual designs for her clients. She takes pride in creating individual designs for her clients and ensuring that her clients are content with final product. With immense knowledge and exposure to various cultures most especially the African and western cultures, Suzan Mutesi creations make exotic, elegant and exclusive looks. Today the African Australian Icon is winning an award as the African Fashion Designer of the year, for 2012. A talented Bachelor of Design Graduate from Raffles KvB Institute of Technology with a major in Fashion, Mutesi created her own fashion label Suzan Mutesi in 2009. She became an influential role model in the African Australian community, participating in charity events to raise funds for disadvantaged children in Rwanda.