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Giselle Magazine 2nd Annual Fashion Show in Picture

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After many set backs and obstacles last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, Giselle Magazine successfully hosted its 2nd annual fashion show in Des Moines, IA, on June 26, 2021. The owner of Giselle, Lydia Freeman, who is originally from Liberia, raised her country’s flag by showcasing Liberian designers within the United States. In attendance were prominent figures from the Liberian entertainment industry, the likes of Larihanna, Newbreednye, DJFynest, special Guest Miss Plus Intercontinental Atlantic Coast, Tmarkus, Libdiva and more….
Check out few photos from the event. 
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