Fashion

“Every girl says she’s a model” [Article]

The desperation and enthusiasm for modelling among today’s youth is shocking. In today’s world (21st Century) technology has taken over hence the use of social media by most people and especially over 50% of the youth. The social media compulsion has caused a lot of the youth to become desperate to involve themselves in certain activities or professions to fit ...

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Chale Wote Street Arts Festival starts today

The 7th annual Chale Wote Street Art Festival starts today, 14th August, 2017 in Accra. Over 200 Ghana-based and international artists will be building and exhibiting their works in James Town and 15 venues across the city. This year’s festival which ends on 20th August, 2017, also marks the end of a trilogy theme that began in 2015 with African ...

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Chale Wote Street Art Festival slated for August 14

The 7th annual CHALE WOTE Street Art Festival takes place in Accra from August 14 to August 20, 2017 with over 200 Ghana-based and international artists building and exhibiting works in James Town and 15 venues across the city. This year’s also marks the end of a trilogy theme that began in 2015 with African Electronics, a blueprint to access ...

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Tourism Authority launches Jollof Rice Festival

The Ghana Tourism Authority has launched the ‘Jollof Rice Festival,’ a part of its activities to make people patronise made-in-Ghana products. The Jollof Rice Festival scheduled for 26th August, 2017 is being organised to promote Ghanaian cuisine, and is in connection with the “See Ghana, Eat Ghana, Wear Ghana, Feel Ghana campaign initiated by the Ghana Tourism Authority. Speaking at ...

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Promote made-in-Ghana cloths – Mahama Ayariga

The Member of Parliament for Bawku Central, Mahama Ayariga has urged Ghanaians to promote fabric manufactured in Ghana. According to him, more jobs can be created for the youth within the dress making industry if Ghanaians cultivate the habit of purchasing made-in-Ghana garments. Speaking at the 4th Neskael Corporate Fashion Show launch, Mr. Ayariga said foreign dress makers cash in ...

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Princess Duncan represents Ghana at Miss Commonwealth

Twenty-four year-old model, Princess Duncan will represent Ghana at the forthcoming Miss Commonwealth in the United Kingdom (UK). Last year, Princess represented Ghana at the Miss Global Beauty Pageant in South Korea where she was awarded Miss Peace Ambassador. Princess is a graduate of Crystal Galaxy College where she studied Airline Management (Cabin Crew) According to her, she is confident ...

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Okyeame Kwame’s new look: from half-bow to ‘sakora’

Ghana’s ‘Best Rapper Alive’ Okyeame Kwame is spotting a new look in his latest picture. He’s gone bald. In a social media post captioned “Sakora or No Sakora?”, the ‘Mobile Money’ rapper who is noted for his half-bow hair cut asked his fans whether to keep to his new bald look. While some have expressed dislike for the ‘sakora’, others ...

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Zaron to train make-up artists

One of the areas of the arts that play a very important role in modern times is make-up artistry. It has become very crucial to television, film making and other parts of human life. In getting the youth acquainted with the make-up job and learning the trade well, Zaron, a company dedicated to providing quality make-up and make-up artistry is ...

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Afromodtrends Showcases at 2017 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in SA

After recently being announced as a winner of the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme (TEEP), enterprising and young Ghanaian fashion entrepreneur, Ms. Mawuenana Ami Yomekpe and her wholly owned Ghanaian fashion brand, AfroModTrends, continues to make the headlines internationally. Last weekend, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer and her team made a strong statement for extraordinary African fashion when AfroModTrends showcased at the 2017 ...

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Let’s use Kente as our red carpet [Article]

Red. Carpet. Celebrities. Dignitaries. Resplendence. Fashion. Reverence. Honour. These words characterise most social events, especially those that are linked to showbiz, arts and entertainment. Yes, red carpet sessions have become an integral part of a lot of events in Ghana and the world over. The concept of Red Carpet at events is not originally Ghanaian but acculturation through globalisation has ...

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