Fashionista Suzan Mutesi is truly rocking in Australia, we can confirm.
She is a fashion influencer who recently appeared on international tv channel Nine during fashion week in Australia.
The fashion icon stayed true to her roots, rocking her African head piece and prints. Her style is bespoke and trendy. From walking runways at Foma international fashion showcase at the iconic Sydney Barangaroo, the stylist designer is now trending in music with her new hit international singles titled ‘The Feeling is Mutual’ and ‘Summer Love’ out rocking.
One of the song’s video is already playing at all radio and TV Stations in Sydney, Africa, USA and Europe.
Who is Suzan Mutesi?
Suzan Mutesi born Suzan Faith Mutesi Mufumbiro on June 21st 1986 is an African Australian actress, model, fashion designer and singer.
Referred to as “The African Fashion Icon that Conquered Australian Fashion, she won an award as the African Fashion Designer of the year for 2012.
Early life & education
Originally from Uganda, Mutesi moved to Australia to complete her high school. She received a Bachelor of Design with a major in Fashion. Teaching herself the basics of design, such as alterations and mending torn clothes on a sewing machine, Mutesi was soon accepted into one of Australia’s top-ranked design institutions, Raffles KvB Institute of Technology.
With dreams to own a recognized, international label, Achea-Mpong was started in 2009. Achea-Mpong created individual designs for her clients.
Mutesi won an award as the African Fashion Designer of the year in 2012. She became an influential role model in the African Australian community, participating in charity events to raise funds for disadvantaged children in Rwanda. Mutesi has been deemed a world class designer by MX newspaper.
She has dressed and styled model Charlotte Dawson for a commercial, dressed models for the launch of Australian Top Model cycle 8, Diana Rouvas for Arias 2012 and dressing up Tammin Pamela Sursok who is known for her roles in Home and Away, The Young and the Restless and Pretty Little Liars.
Her work has been published in Vogue Australia, Change magazine, AIM magazine, Culture Magazine, the French Tropic Magazine with a four-page spread in Unfold Magazine. She recently appeared on the cover of Vatra magazine. She has also designed dresses that were worn by Miss World contestant Sheron Sultan in 2011, Miss World Fiji contestant Juneth Ndele in 2013 and Miss Philippines. XFactor participant Bella, guest-star Sophia of the group Three Wishes and Miss Globe 2012 winner Karen Gee. In 2013, Mutesi was nominated for an award as the African designer of the year.
On the 21 January 2015 Suzan Mutesi was inducted as a member of the Rotary Club of Strathfield.