OLINDA CHAPEL HOSTS HIGH TEA EVENT:

The Herald (Zimbabwe) - - Review - Tafadzwa Zi­moyo Se­nior Arts Re­porter

ALL is set for a High Tea event hosted by busi­ness­woman and phi­lan­thropist, Olinda Chapel this week­end at Bices­ter Ho­tel, Golf and Spar in Lon­don, UK.

The event will be graced by top moguls who will share their busi­ness knowl­edge with the au­di­ence and will be hosted by ra­dio and tele­vi­sion per­son­al­ity Ru­vheneko Parireny­atwa.

Afro-pop mu­si­cians Nyab­ulo May­i­bongwe Nkomo af­fec­tion­ately Ty­tan and Adrian Tate are ex­pected to serenade guests with their hit songs.

In an in­ter­view, Chapel said all is set for aa glitz and glam­our af­fair.

“It will be an event of glitz and glam­our with fash­ion state­ments and clas­sic style tea deco.

“Hats and fas­ci­na­tors is the dress code as if you are go­ing to the Royal As­cot. The theme is classy and ele­gant that’s why we are also adopt­ing the royal theme in the dress code and men are also wel­come to the event,” she said.

She said the event will pave way for a lot of projects lined up for her char­ity foun­da­tion.

“We’ve got lot of projects lined up for the girl child em­pow­er­ment.

We are also go­ing to make this event an an­nual oc­ca­sion to fund the foun­da­tion’s projects,” she said.

Four speak­ers have been lined-up to em­power and share their knowl­edge.

“The speak­ers in­clude Torri Ham­mond who is the owner of BASHD (Bold and Sassy Hair De­signs) in Charleston.

“Torri is con­sid­ered as one of Charleston’s most ex­pe­ri­enced stylists for her su­pe­rior hair­dress­ing skills, tech­ni­cal knowl­edge, cre­ativ­ity and deep com­mit­ment to pro­vid­ing first­class ser­vice to her elite list of clien­tele. An­other speaker is Ivy Mango Cha­tora, a food blog­ger who hap­pens to be the face be­hind Ivy’s Kitch­enette and A Taste of Zim­babwe which has taken Zim­bab­wean Food to greater heights.

“Over the years, Ivy has de­coded and de-con­structed the way.

“Zim­bab­wean tra­di­tional food is cooked and pre­sented, giv­ing it a more mod­ern and con­tem­po­rary style that is so unique and mind-blow­ing,” she said.

Olinda Chapel

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