Pomp and Colour at the 2016 Jumia Kenya Glamour Awards

The Jumia Kenya Glamour Awards held last Saturday at the Boma Hotel aimed to promote talent and nurture a creative environment for content creators, media personalities and fashion upstarts in their various industries. The event was all about the glitz and the glam and the winners were decided by votes form the public.

Winners of the night included;

Best Dressed Male Artist of the year – Kagwe Mungai

Best Dressed Female Artist of the year – Size 8

Best Dressed Male Media Personality – Jamal Gadaafi

Best Dressed Female Media Personality – Amina Abdi

Make-up Artist of the year – Make Up by SK

Top Photographer of the year – Donald Gregory

Menswear Designer – Gjey Mavazi

Top Male Model of the year – Brian Onyango

Top Female Model of the year – Barbara June

Supportive Company – Mosound

Best Dressed CEO – Lynnette Anderson

Brands to Watch – Xpat Mkwanja

Here is a sneek peak at the event in pictures:

Liz Kihara

Liz Kihara

Finali Galaiya and Darpan Galaiya

Finali Galaiya and Darpan Galaiya

Christine Mayeye of African Fabrics and designs kenya  with Martha Mayeye of Mayeye Marcotte design

Christine Mayeye of African Fabrics and designs kenya with Martha Mayeye of Mayeye Marcotte design

Nominated Journalist of the year Brian Ogana with his better half Fridah Mwaka

Nominated Journalist of the year Brian Ogana with his better half Fridah Mwaka

make-up artistee Susan kamene

make-up artistee Susan kamene

Max 'Kiki'

Murugi Gichobi and Susan Mukami

Mr&Mrs Kamunyu (Kbye photography)

Mr&Mrs Kamunyu (Kbye photography)

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