PNG Fashion

Nuigini Native designer all for fashion shows

Her interest in designing started since her primary school days.

She was geared more to her love for clothes and colors.

In 2016, she tried out the Stella runway – first ever runway she showcased her designs on.

“I was actually shocked when Jacks of PNG approached me because it was only my first time,” she said.

She has launched her brand Niugini Native at the outlet in Port Moresby.

Prior to that, Korimbo had been designing as well for Glow Boutique and her corporate clients.

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Goroka fight: Police meet community

Police met with the Okapa and Unggai groups at 1pm this afternoon and have given them until 8am tomorrow to hand over suspects in relation to the murder of a man that sparked fighting today.


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Yanah Copland crowned PNG Fashion Top Designer

Copland was awarded the best designer from seven others following four weeks of competition at The Gold Club, Lamana Hotel.

Copland showcased skill, talent and creativity in her designed garments based on a different theme every week including tribal contemporary, club wear, formal evening wear and Ice carnival wear.

The designers’ scores were combined for all rounds until the eventual winner was picked at the grand final ICE Carnival Showcase on New Year’s Eve.