A fashion media professional, stylist, avid blogger, founder and executive producer of the television series Designing Africa, with her hit campaign, 100 Days of African Fashion, Diana Opoti is a champion of the continent’s fashion design market, growing to become one of the Africa’s most formidable fashion connectors.
In 2014 Diana Opoti was nominated as “outstanding Trend Communicator of the year by the continent’s most prestigious awards, in South Africa, The Africa Fashion Awards.
Through her media company, Artemis Media, Diana takes a 360 degrees approach to promoting African Fashion using various mediums including television, digital media through her personal style campaign that captured global attention – The 100 Days of African Fashion Campaign, launching the first and only fashion PR consultancy in her home country Kenya in 2014.
In 2012, Diana founded the pan African television series, Designing Africa that premiered on DSTV’s Africa Magic Entertainment. The show, which is broadcast across the continent, celebrates the growing fashion industry, highlighting the journey of designers. Between visiting top fashion weeks on the continent and sharing conversations she has with leading designers, Diana Opoti keeps her followers in the loop on the continent’s growing fashion industry, revealing new collections, and emerging and established designers alike – consistently highlighting their work to her followers.
Since starting her Fashion PR consultancy in 2014, Diana Opoti serves clients looking to enter the Nairobi market as well as helps position emerging brands looking to get into the market space.
100 Days of African Fashion has been her most successful campaign. The project featured a unique look every day for 100 days, highlighting the work of over 100 designers to a growing following across social media.
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