Episode 6 of Fashion 101 on TV3 was full of exciting features last weekend, as the celebrities who had their dress styles measured and dissected, gave the panel members a lot to talk about. Founder of the Ghana Movie Awards and artiste manager Fred Nuamah needs to do a rethink of his dress code, as it appears, he isn’t getting it right. On two different occasions, his suit with tucked-in shirts over a pair of sandals weren’t couture enough, the panel members agreed.Sandra, the hostess thought for high profile events such as those Fred was pictured at, a little more attention to detail, would have worked, while Claudia Lumor, Publisher of the Glitz Magazine thought for a celebrity of Fred’s caliber, those outfits weren’t representative enough of his public standing, more so the events he attended. Juliet Ibrahim’s jump suit, which she wore to a movie awards ceremony, according to Renee Boateng of Renee Q, was okay except she could have toned down on the many accessories she had on, adding that such dress codes are most apt for a barbeque and not awards ceremonies. Sandra also scored burgeoning actress and presenter Nikoleta (Nikki) Samonas as the best dressed for the week, but wondered what informed actor Van Vicker’s wearing of a “strange” rosary, which consistently has been hanging on his left elbow. This week’s Make-over segment featured upcoming Ghanaian designer Selorm of Aketesia, who gave a lucky viewer, a stunning transformation in “three different looks”. Next week’s episode of Fashion 101 promises to be exciting, the producers have hinted. Other celebrities who appeared on this week’s episode included songstress Sala, Nana Ama Mcbrown, Eazzy, Nana Aba Anamoah, Nadia and Sydikat Buari, Vicky Zugah and Yvonne Nelson, among others. The fashion tips also centered on Pencil skirt, and how it can be used appropriately.]]>
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