THE PUBLIC MUST KNOW AND DISCOVER THE LEVEL AND QUALITY OF STUDENTS
It was a better opportunity offered to future stylists and designers of the Democratic Republic of Congo to showcase their talents and creations to the public, fashion lovers.
Saturday, June 25, at La Pina, ISETAM’s students are mounted slot to exhibit their work at the initiative of Mrs. Lydie OKOSA, who is also assistant and head of public relations in this institution of higher learning . This initiative is to initiate and encourage students to entrepreneurship and also to present to visitors the creations made by the students. The ideal is to promote talents of students who are considered products of ISETAM. The works are the reflection or the result of the training and knowledge learned in ISETAM.
A total of 150 students accompanied by their friends and acquaintances participated in this day dedicated to the exhibition and sales of fashion accessories specially made by the finalists in modeling and pre-finalists styling of this school of the Capital. Also, they took the opportunity to present some collections of ready-to-wear clothing to visitors. A friendly atmosphere characterized the activity supported by the presence of some members of the management committee and the academic staff of the Institute.
This day is the first but not the last, said Lydia OKOSA which is firmly committed to organize, every year, these types of events in order to improve the image of the Institute. ” We’re going to replicate such meetings in the coming days. the public must know and discover the level and quality of students that ISETAM launches every year on the job market or in the entrepreneurship field in the DRC. Especially since they essentially is to promote our products that are students ”, added the Manager of Public Relations of the ISETAM.
However, she, on behalf of all officials ISETAM, expressed his gratitude to Ms. Lapina, Head beautiful setting that disponibilisé unconditionally its space as a support for the promotion and enhancement of talent young.
Recall that Ms. Lydia OKOSA is fashion designer and creator of the clothing brand “LOK Style” in Kinshasa. Through this brand, it helps in guiding young Congolese and invests in training.