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Catwalk at Dakar Fashion Week 2020 moved to baobab forest amid COVID-19 pandemic


Dakar Fashion Week looked a little different this year after moving its catwalk to a baobab forest to more socially-distant amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Added on the 13/12/2020 15:44:33 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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