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(Photos): Who Was Best Dressed at The 2017 Young Achievers Awards Gala?

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The Young Achievers Awards Gala held last Saturday evening at Serena Hotel in Kampala. The objective of the event was to reward young people who have exhibited excellence in various disciplines such as business, Sports, farming, ICT, media and creative arts. In attendance were high profile guests such as Hon. Amelia Kyambadde, the Minister for Trade, Industry and Cooperatives; celebrities such as Sheebah, Malaika Nnyanzi, Sasha Ferguson, Mariat Nasasira, Sandra Lexy, Sylvia Wilson Alibhai  and more.

We were on the red carpet to get all the scoop on what everyone was wearing. As it’s becoming a trend, Ugandan designers shined through the outfits of a number of the guests. Notable being Fatuma Asha, Ras Kasozi, Sham Tyra, Brenda Maraka, Kwesh and more.

See some of the red carpet action and choose your most favourite outfit.

Tattu Sophie wearing Kwesh

 

Hon. Amelia Kyambadde

 

Anita Beryl wearing Beryl Qouture

 

Brenda Maraka wearing Brenda Maraka

 

Malaika Nnyanzi styled by Her Fashion Box

 

Mariat Nasasira from Galaxy FM

 

Miss Uganda 2016 Leah Kagasa wearing custom Miss Fix it

 

Phionah Bizzu

 

Sasha Ferguson

 

Sheebah Karungi

 

Sylvia Wilson Alibhai

 

She’s wearing a design by Brenda Maraka

 

She’s wearing custom Fatumah Asha

 

Cathy Luna wearing Kai’s Divo collection by Kaijuka Abbas

 

Miss Amarachi styled by Tinah Brad (courtesy photo)

 

Anne Marie and a pal wearing designs by Yimba Uganda

 

Hellen from Reach A Hand and a pal

 

Sandra Lexy wearing custom Kas Wear by Ras Kasozi

 

 

Sham Tyra wearing her own creation

 

Gloria Haguma

 

Mimi Amina (Amina with the Good Hijab) wearing her own creation

 

Anne Whitehead

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Miss Tourism West Nile

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Choose your best dressed and sound off in the message box below.

Photo credit: Hanny Photography

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