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(Photos): Who Was Best Dressed at The Uganda Entertainment Awards 2017?

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The Uganda Entertainment Awards was held last Saturday at Serena Hotel in Kampala. The event is held annually to celebrate high achievers in the entertainment business; from sports, movies, TV, to music and fashion. This means lots of celebrated stars walked the red carpet. We  were to there to capture all the fashion moments.

The biggest winner on the red carpet was obviously Fatuma Asha, who dressed a number of celebrities. The budding designer is harnessing the power of red carpet style and we’re loving every single look she made for this event. She was there making sure each of her clients looks prim and proper. Other winners include Kai’s Divo Collection by Kaijuka Abbas, Ganyana Fashion and Beryl Qouture. We are always excited to see local designers getting celebrated on the red carpet.

We would like you (our readers) to help us choose the 15 best dressed women at the event. It’s such a hard task, we couldn’t do it alone. So we’ve put together all the best looks with a 360 degree view of each outfit so that it’s easy for you to make a decision. Sound off in the message box. The list will be published at end of this week.

Doreen Mirembe wearing Ganyana Fashions

Denise wearing a dress off the rack from a boutique in town

 

Lynette wearing a design by Ethel Nkwanga

Efrance wearing Kaphy Collection

 

 

Momo wearing Mosh Enterprises

 

Hilda wearing her own design

 

Karol Kasiita

 

Cleopatra Koheirwe wearing custom Kai’s Divo Collection by Kaijuka Abbas

 

Peace Menya wearing Niwewe

 

Daphne wearing Peponi Clothing

 

Tana Shakira wearing Peponi Clothing

 

Farida Nabagereka wearing At Menface

Esther Bwanika wearing Ganyana Fashions

Shamsa wearing Diva Dolla

 

Dolly wearing Ganyana Fashion

Kalyn Atwoo wearing Kalyn

 

Hope Kasonko wearing High Society

Esne wearing Zara

 

Sham Tyra wearing Sham Tyra

 

Ellah wearing Sham Tyra

 

Moesha wearing her own design

 

Kandy Mutesi wearing her own design

Tina Teise wearing Zara

 

Miss Amarachi styled by Tinah Brad

Amina wearing custom Miss Fix it by Brenda Nanyonjo

 

Manuela Mulondo

Lydia Jazmine wearing Fatuma Asha

 

Kentie wearing Fatuma Asha

 

Babaritah styled by Krediblity Styling (Solomon Tazibone)

Patience wearing custom Beryl Qouture

 

Chandia Dorothy Micheals wearing a throw on train by Fatuma Asha and jumpsuit by Linda Alwedo

 

Malaika Nnyanzi wearing custom Beryl Qouture

Jacinta styled by Martyn Larry (One African Boy)

 

Rahma Ali wearing Maggie Sattoer

 

Hellen Lukoma wearing Fatuma Asha

Ray

 

 

 

 

 

Fatuma Asha wearing Fatuma Asha

 

 

 

Melissa wearing custom Kai’s Divo Collection by Kaijuka Abbas

 

Pamela Musimenta wearing custom Kai’s Divo Collection by Kaijuka Abbas

 

Vero wearing custom Kai’s Divo Collection by Kaijuka Abbas

 

Wearing Chanel head to toe

 

Charly and Nina

 

Nina wearing custom Kai’s Divo Collection by Kaijuka Abbas

 

Charly wearing custom Kai’s Divo Collection by Kaijuka Abbas

 

 

 

Dorothy Shonga wearing New Look

 

Zahara Totto

 

Jacinta wearing custom Kai’s Divo Collection by Kaijuka Abbas

 

Anne Laen

 

Flave Luwero styled by Halo Collection

 

Abby Plaatjes and Anita Fabiola

 

TK Berries

 

Moet Abebe

 

U.S. Ambassador to Uganda Deborah R. Malac

 

Carol Kembs wearing custom Kai’s Divo Collection by Kaijuka Abbas

 

Help us choose the 15 best dressed ladies at the Uganda Entertainment Awards 2017. Sound off in the message box below.

Photo credit: Hanny Photography

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6 Comments

  1. Rakel

    September 11, 2017 at 3:04 pm

    1. Malaika Nyanzi
    2. TK Berries
    3. Kentie
    4. Charlie & Nina

  2. Ade

    September 11, 2017 at 4:00 pm

    TK Berries

  3. Anonymous

    September 12, 2017 at 7:00 am

    Manuela Mulondo
    Rahma Ali
    Jacinta
    TK Berries

  4. Millicent

    September 12, 2017 at 10:26 am

    Tk Berries

  5. Sandra

    September 13, 2017 at 4:46 pm

    TK Berries

  6. Anonymous

    September 13, 2017 at 9:23 pm

    Kaijuka abbas.

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