Hassanali creates Endometriosis Awareness through Fashion

The Exhilarating news is from the award-winning pan African designer and Fashion Guru “Mustafa Hassanali”, who has been among 45 designers across Africa, who showcased their distinctive collection on the most prestigious Arise Fashion week 2018 in Lagos, Nigeria.

On 1st April 2018, Mustafa Hassanali touched the Arise stage as he unveiled his Endometriosis collection, which aimed at spreading awareness on the existence of endometriosis and supporting women who are diagnosed and living with the struggle of seeking different cures be it Surgical, tablets, liquids and patches to consider chronic pain they live with.
“I am proud to have inevitably arisen in the part of woman’s life. it is not just on designing but creating a meaningful garment which conveys a persuasive message to the society, My endometriosis collection is aimed at supporting my Fashionable friend Ms. Millen Magese. Her endometriosis journey has been tragic and emotional, but has accurately portrayed the strength of a woman that through all the pain there is a light at the end of the tunnel and be an inspiration to women worldwide”

An African proverb says, “If you want to go too fast, go alone, if you want to go far, go together” Mustafa’s journey in the fashion world is a living example which exemplifies a strong unit that fights for numerous issues concerning women in the society, be it entrepreneurship or health matters.

For the past 18 years, Mustafa has devoted himself to being a helping hand to women who face different health problems. With enough knowledge of health issues, he has been forefront in creating campaigns which aim to provide awareness towards fistula, breast cancer and endometriosis through fashion platforms.

Mustafa is one of a kind personality and his tremendous ideas behind the collections are the result of his incredible signature in the fashion world, once again Nigerian fashion influencers have witnessed that Mustafa Hassanali is genuinely a fashionista personified.

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