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Rhythms on da Runway Honours Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings, Freedom Jacob Caesar, Hon. Lisa Hanna, MP, Miss Roberta Annan, and 2Baba



The night of music of fashion is almost upon us, and the road to the 10th Rhythms On Da Runway celebration is paved with a line up of worthwhile experiences.


Among these activities is the Black Star Award.


This year’s edition of Rhythms On Da Runway will honor Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings, one of Ghana’s former first Lady for her contributions to women leadership.
It is also for her consistency in style, and her unbridled support for projects within the creative sector— Rhythms on da Runway being a testimony.

The Committee will also award business mogul and African Prince Freedom Jacob Caesar for his contribution to the youth, creative arts and his consistency in projecting and supporting Rhythms on Da Runway from its inception.
Also, a recipient of the Black Star Award is Miss Roberta Annan, author, and UN Goodwill Ambassador, and one of the youngest yet incredibly accomplished business investors of our time. Miss Annan will be honored for her notable successes in numerous fields she has championed and her significant contributions towards the development of Africa’s orange economy.

Honorable Lisa Hanna, MP, Member of Parliament in Jamaica and former Miss World 1993 will aslo be honoured on the night. She will be extolled for her outstanding exemplary long term impact she has made on the lives of people in the diaspora as a leader and as a change maker.

In the last four years, Rhythms On Da Runway has honoured some amazing personalities from Ghana and beyond. The Black Star Award goes to individuals, who have impacted their societies as well as the Orange Economy as well in Africa and the African diaspora.


Some of the previous honourees include the late Great Saint Ossei, Asabea Cropper, Reggie Rockstone, Obrafour, Pat Thomas, and Nigerian veteran actor Richard Mofe Damijo.

This year’s edition of the Rhythms on Da Runway is dubbed: “The Green Edition”, is slated for November 20 2022, at the Grand Arena. The Green Edition is a celebration that will not only glorify the ingenuity of African talent, but also distill an extraordinary dream to shape up sustainable fashion in Africa. This births an opportunity for designers to envision, create, and bring to life unique collections that are as timeless as the nature that abounds in Africa.

As foretells its longevity, this 10th Edition is set to incite designers to tell sustainable stories with their collections.
This year’s edition will feature top designers and emerging designers from all corners of the African continent and also spotlight some of the most incredible performers in our music industry.

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