American actress, singer, songwriter, presenter and television personality, Keke Palmer recently had the internet and the world buzzing when she was spotted with a larger than life ‘Ghana Must Go’ bag. In an Instagram post, the nonchalant street style starlet figuratively sent a message across in the context of ‘Who needs a Balenciaga when you can spot the original inspiration, famously called Ghana-Must-Go bag’. The House of Balenciaga released a miniature range of Ghana-Must-Go bags as a apart of its accessories for Fall/Winter 2016. Other labels that have tapped into the Ghana-Must-Go trend are Celine, Adidas, and Louis Vuitton.]]>
Debonair Afrik Launches Fashion Education Scholarship program
Debonair Afrik is delighted to announce the launch of its scholarship program, The Fashion Education Scholarship Fund Program.
The Fashion Education Scholarship Fund will be funded by Debonair Afrik with proceeds from this year’s fashion-themed event, The Editors Meet Brunch 2023, and subsequent editions of The Editors Meet Brunch.
The aim of this initiative is to promote the growth and development of the Ghanaian creative space by providing professional training in fashion as well as financial support, internship opportunities, mentorship, networking, and career development opportunities for young, talented, and aspiring Ghanaian fashion creatives.
The Fashion Education Scholarship Fund Program was created to help boost the Ghanaian creative industry. This would be achieved through providing professional training in fashion and related disciplines, financial aid, internship opportunities, mentoring; networking tools. Debonair Afrik, Style Lounge Platform, and the Visionaries Fashioning Africa platform are providing great career opportunities for talented Ghanaian fashion creatives.
Mr. Emmanuel Ekuban (popularly known as Nuel Bans), who is the Creative Director of these platforms, and has been instrumental in creating such chances for the youth, explained in detail the Fashion Education Scholarship Fund Program. Speaking to fashion creatives he expressed that
“Debonair Afrik, through its Visionaries Fashioning Africa foundation thought it wise to implement this initiative as an effort in strengthening and further promoting the growth and development of fashion in Ghana. Through this initiative, we hope to help spotlight and unearth talented and aspiring fashion creatives in the country with the potential of selling the creativity, originality, and vibrant fashion of Ghana to the global fashion industry whiles providing a source of employment to these creative young talents.”
Debonair Afrik is a 360 creative agency that branches into fashion, lifestyle, publication and events. The brand was founded in 2014 by editor-in-chief Nuel Bans, who is behind the success of the publication.
Debonair Afrik Studios is a wing of the Debonair Afrik brand that branches into fashion communication and production.
The Visionaries Fashioning Africa platform enables creators to make game-changing creative works and initiatives to transform Ghana’s fashion industry by supporting young, talented and aspiring fashion creatives.
Mr Eazi Featured new Boss Campaign featuring Anthony Joshua, Paris Hilton, DJ Khaled, others
Boss has unveiled its advertising campaign for Spring/Summer 2023 and it features a star-studded lineup of celebrities including Nigerian artiste Mr Eazi. He engaged in some nostalgia posing with an adorable picture taken when he was just a child wearing the new season sweater from Boss.
The aim is to illustrate Boss’s slogan “Be Your Own Boss”, by telling the story of “the extraordinary path to a life of success” travelled by the celebrities featured in the campaign.
The brand also enlisted the likes of Colombian pop singer Maluma, US supermodel Gigi Hadid, British model Naomi Campbell, South Korean actor Lee Minho, Italian tennis player Matteo Berrettini, Heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua, Paris Hilton, DJ Khaled and many others from across the world.
He also tweeted that he will release a couple of projects this year.
Reviving the 1920s vintage dress: How to achieve a modern chic look
The 1920s was a decade of great change, both socially and fashion-wise. Women were breaking free from traditional societal norms and embracing a more liberated lifestyle. This new way of thinking was reflected in the fashion of the time, with shorter hemlines, looser clothing, and a focus on comfort. The iconic flapper dress, characterized by its dropped waist and fringe, became a symbol of the era, and the 1920s vintage dresses in general, were a reflection of the new found freedom and liberation of women at the time.
Today, the 1920s vintage dress look is experiencing a resurgence in popularity. Many fashion designers and brands are incorporating elements of the 1920s aesthetic into their modern collections. So how can you incorporate this vintage look into your own wardrobe?
First, start with the silhouette. The 1920s was all about a slimmer, more streamlined look. To achieve this, look for dresses with a dropped waist and a straight, A-line skirt. These dresses will give you the illusion of a longer, leaner figure.
Next, consider the materials and prints. The 1920s was a time of great experimentation in textile design. Look for dresses made from silk, satin, or velvet, and adorned with geometric patterns and Art Deco-inspired designs.
Accessories are also key to achieving the 1920s vintage look. A simple pair of pearl earrings or a beaded necklace will add a touch of elegance. A cloche hat or a feather headband will complete the look.
When it comes to shoes, choose a pair of T-strap heels or Mary Jane pumps. These styles were popular in the 1920s and will give your outfit a vintage feel.
It’s also important to remember that the 1920s vintage dress look can be adapted to suit different occasions. A simple shift dress can be dressed up with statement jewelry and heels for a formal event, or dressed down with a denim jacket and flats for a more casual look.
Finally, don’t be afraid to mix vintage and modern pieces. The 1920s vintage dress look can be updated and made more contemporary by pairing it with a modern accessory, such as a pair of sneakers or a leather jacket.
Overall, the 1920s vintage dress look is a timeless and versatile style that can be easily incorporated into modern fashion. With a few key elements, such as a dropped waist silhouette, geometric patterns, and the right accessories, you can achieve a vintage look that is both stylish and on-trend. So why not give it a try and see how you can make this vintage look work for you!
Sprayground And KA-1 Team Up To Bring An Edgy Vibe To U.A.E. Fashion With Their Upcoming Immersive Fashion Show Hosted At The Iconic Fame Park In Dubai
Globally known, artistic and innovative fashion house, Sprayground, has joined forces to launch a special collaboration with youth-centric streetwear label KA1Clothing that is set to become one of the most coveted releases of 2023. In addition to this fully-fledged collection; the fashion duo is hosting an exclusive fashion show taking place on February 2nd, at Dubai’s iconic Fame Park – global entrepreneur Saif Belhasa’s private, invite-only zoo – home to over 500 exotic animals that only opens its doors to the world’s most influential mega stars and world leaders.
The exclusive fashion show is to take place this February, with handpicked selection of influencers, celebrities and media. Hand-in-hand with its extravang marketing moves, Sprayground proves to be the king of keeping its fans engaged, sending out exclusive mystery box invitations to create buzz around the special event.
Both fashion teams have stayed true to their respective ethos – Sprayground is one that doesn’t care about the status quo, but that goes against the mainstream and designs with attitude, and Sprayground truly pulled out all the stops with a catalog of eye-catching designs that provide an excellent global fashion effort not seen in years.
Emirati street label KA-1, offers an unconventional take on the street fashion culture for the local community. Aiming to redefine the look and ideology of streetwear in a culturally diverse society that can’t be defined in black and white, KA-1 has created a distinctive collection that caters to the youth movement.
This coveted collection features two exclusive backpacks and eight pieces of apparel co-designed by the two fashion labels and includes iconic graphics that both brands are known for, including the Sprayground shark mouth – a collectible art piece, and KA-1’s infamous gold crown design.
The apparel includes sweatshirts, shorts and six different t-shirt designs all available in various colors of Black, Orange, White, & Nude. The collection also showcases famepark’s tiger logo, incorporating every element of the show to create unique and stylish pieces that elevate the streetwear enchantment that onlookers have been waiting for.
For additional information, please visit www.sprayground.com or follow @spraygroundGCC, @KA1Clothing and @famepark for more exciting updates.
Selina Beb brand celebrates 10 years Anniversary of fashion business
Celebrated Ghanaian fashion brand, Selina Beb has celebrated 10 years anniversary in her fashion business
Selina Beb is a distinctive Ghanaian fashion label that emanates luxury and style and offers embroidered African clothing and accessories for men and women.
The Selina Beb brand has exhibited on a couple of international platforms such as; Africa Fashion week in 2015 at London with a runway show, New Orleans fashion week in America in the year 2018 and Rome, exhibiting African prints and style.
In 2020, the rise of the Black lives movement, American superstar, Beyoncé wanted to highlight black owned businesses and in Ghana she chose 8 fashion brands and Selina Beb fashion brand was part of the 8 fashion brands selected in Ghana.
The brand has been privileged to receive multiple awards.
Selina Beb is located at Osu.
Musician and CEO of AMBtrends Seven Even Clothing, Amelli appoints a new Ambassador
On December 22nd, 2022, the celebrated endorsed fast-rising artist was applauded by his team mates and invited audiences who graced his unveiling event of a new Ambassador for AMBtrends Seven Even Clothing Collection.
Miriam Yakubu, better known in the lifestyle industry as Official Mimi, has been named the new Ambassador for AMBtrends Seven Even Clothing line.
Speaking at the press event which happened at Setho-Classic Hotel in Washington, Ashaiman-Accra, Amelli in his speech said; “We can’t do this without you, AMBtrends has signed an Ambassador for 2023, to be the official face for a project we want to enlarge. Her name is Mimi and she’s a family”.
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Many people applauded him for his vision and enthusiasm for taking the lifestyle industry around the world.
“Seven Even,” the title of his upcoming album, translates to “Perfect Heaven,” and will serve as a fund-raising project to allow him to film a music video ahead of the album’s release.
Because it is simple, one-of-a-kind, and elegant, the Seven Even clothing line was inspired by the world brand Gucci.
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