10-09-2017 di Leni Frau
From Watamu's "kibanda" to the magnificent scenery of Piazza Plebiscito in Naples, to parade in a fashion gala next to world-famous designers such as Rocco Barocco.
This is the story of Watamu's tailors' clothing, helped by Virginia Ciaravolo's "Never More Infinite Violence" association.
After starting this collaboration and sponsoring Watamu girls through the strength of their own work, Virginia took advantage of the ModArte fashion show, organized by the vice-president of the non-profit organization, Rosa Praticò, to present in a unique and prestigious setting, in the presence of great designers and personalities from the world of art and culture, the creations of the "tailors" of the resort.
It was certainly an important stage for the debut of solidarity fashion from Kenya to Italy, but also an opportunity to raise awareness of African fabrics and promote the tourist resort in a large Italian city.
Virginia Ciaravolo had just a short time since her usual regular trip to distribute help and check progress of works and projects in schools where "Never more never-ending violence" works. This time with her was the chef Pietro Parisi from Campania, a well-known face of the RAI.
A lot of smiles to many children in the village of Blue Bay area of Watamu and the pupils of the School Brilliant, thanks to the association "No more violence Infinite", a Expoitaly and Marina Restaurant which hosted yesterday a...
Since there is tourism in Kenya, and particularly in the coastal resorts, there is a fashion among westerners (the so-called mzungu) to braid their hair in African style.
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Laura has been...
"My fight to save Africa's natural treasures'.
This is the eloquent subtitle of an autobiography co-written with journalist Virginia Morell.
The life of the founder of the Kenya Wildlife Service and Kenya's staunchest defender of wild animals.
It's a ritual that has now been repeated for too long, but they are not served even electoral skirmishes with blows of guilt to stop it.
Like almost every month (only one stop, fortunately, during the holiday season) no water...
With all the problems caused by the lack of tourism in Kenya over the past year, due to the well-known causes of force majeure, there is some small relief that concerns Nature and the animal world.