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If you have any questions about the blog, want to advertise, or collaborate in some fashionable way please email me at:   jo@freetownfashpack.com

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  1. Hi Jo,

    My friend Laetitia Lemaistre (who I believe is a mutual friend) sent me your blog. I love it! I’m the editor of an inflight magazine (Arik Air) and Freetown is one of the destinations. I’d love to run an excerpt in our next issue, out in a few months’ time. Let me know what you think. It would require having high-res images. I’d like to send you a few interview questions too. Let me know what you think and we can chat.

    Thanks,
    Emma

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  2. Jo – congratulations on the Fash Pack doco on ABC – I just adore it. I wish it could be bottled and drunk for the good of all people kind. Thank you!!!!! Soph xoxoxo

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  3. Just watched your series on iview and really enjoyed it. Using fashion to represent a culture that is too often associated with the horrors of it’s past, is refreshing and a lovely way to enjoy these amazing characters and learn of their indomitable spirit.
    Cheers!

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  4. Jo, awesome job. A real joy to watch and such a great thing to be able to show us the people of Sierra Leone in such a fun and engaging way – you have a real talent as a presenter so look forward to seeing any of your future projects.

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  5. Hello Jo,
    I have just watched your short series of Fashpack in Sierra Leonne. I loved it. The joy, exuberance, smiles and willingness of your guests lifted my spirits no end. If this was any indication of the people of Freetown more power to them. I found it all so refreshing.
    Thank you,
    Nancy McIntyre

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  6. Hi Jo, I just watched your all six episodes of Fashpack on ABC iview, LOVE LOVE LOVE them’ Best of luck getting it taken worldwide. I don’t usually watch much TV but this will be on my list of recommended watching for friends and family. As a creative, I find it so inspiring to see how people are the most creative when they have little to work with. To all those in your documentary I applaud you in your awesomeness and hope that all your dreams become a reality!

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    • Thanks Georgina. It really is all thanks to my awesome director and producer. I was lucky! Thanks for watching. x

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  7. Well done, brilliant. I am 64 year old boring aussie bloke who has knocked around the South Pacific a bit. Your respect and affection makes the light your shine on your subjects both authentic and uplifting. Respect to you, and the people of Sierra Leone.

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  8. Hi Jo
    Just watched your 6 episodes on ABC iview. It was amazing! The other comments highlight just as I feel as well about the mini series! Good luck with going forward and keep up the good work.
    PS On a personal narcissistic note I checked out Madam Wokie and am deeply depressed I cant own one of her dresses :)
    Sian Kocamis

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    • You could order something from her if you need help with that. She also has plans to sell in Australia. Just DM me if you are serious about it. Her stuff is gorgeous and great quality as well.x

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      • Hi! I sent this ages ago but had no Idea you had replyed!.DM you mean PM? Which contact would work?

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  9. Hello Jo, I just feasted on the whole six episodes of Fashpack on iview and then went to your blog. Thank you to you and your team for puttiong together this amazing look into the everyday beauty of Freetown and Sierra Leone. Really informative, inspirational and uplifting!

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  10. OMG, I just love this documentary. It is everything I like to see in film. It’s serious and yes about adversity but also brings out the beauty in the people of Sierra Leone, in their clothes and in their spirit. And it’s funny! I’ve had those moments overseas – like in Tibet – where your breath is just taken away by amazing fashion, including when people are not even trying to look as stunning and amazing as these people in your documentary do. Really well done. Thank you for bringing the idea onto the screen

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  11. Jo, loved your show. Discovered it on iview and had a binge viewing. Just one thing, aren’t you tempted to go bluffing yourself and have a make over Africana style??

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  12. Hi Jo,
    Can you help me get in touch with Idriss Kargbo, the marathoner? I’m a journalist in Dakar. Would love to talk to him. Thanks.

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