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‘It’s a chance to discover another side of African creativity’: Share Africa opens in Paris

By France24
29 October 2021   |   4:30 pm
When she was only a teenager, Valerie Ka graced catwalks across the African continent as a model and muse. As her political consciousness grew, she became a flagbearer for contemporary African fashion around the world. Today, in a boutique hotel in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, she is overseeing the very first edition of her latest project: Share Africa.

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