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Thursday, 13 September 2018

P&H Boutique Ignites Heritage Month Dialogue Through Video Series

As one of South Africa’s leading modern traditional wear brands, P&H boutique is well positioned to be at the center of the Heritage Month conversation and have ignited a Heritage Month dialogue about what heritage means to you through a series of video conversations.

#MyHeritageSA powered by P&H boutique has various personalities, business men and women as well as associates of the brand contribute to the dialogue by sharing what heritage means to them.

Joining in on the conversation includes the likes of Forbes Under 30 and Mail & Guardian 200 Young South Africans entrepreneur, Vere Shaba; award-winning musician, Berita; media personality, Relebogile Mabotja; writer and artist manager, Shingai Darangwa; and radio hosts such as Metro FM’s Marian Lartey and East Coast Radio’s Carol Ofori just to name a few.

P&H boutique will roll out their #MyHeritageSA dialogue throughout the month starting today. You can watch the video clips on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/ph_boutique/

Friday, 7 September 2018

Accra Fashion Week To Introduce A Models & Car Show With CFAO & Top Fashion Brands

This year Accra Fashion Week partners with CFAO ltd for the 2018 Summer Harmattan edition taking place from the 3rd-7th October 2018 at the CFAO car showroom in Airport, Accra.

The fashion week that took Africa by storm and put Ghanaian fashion on the world map is now about to make another revolutionary mark in Ghana being first major fashion week in all of Africa to be executed twice a year.

Expect to see work from top leading fashion brands like Bri Wireduah, Aphia Sakyi, Afre Anko, Ekua Addo, Mish Mega, Madlyn Mode, MXDonna (Nigeria), Mark Johnson (UK), Onyx by Valentina (Nigeria) and more, the fashion week is set to be an all eyes on African show.

Taking place in Airport, the heart of Accra city, the event is slated to host a wide range of celebrities and feature Ghana's best runway models. 

Thursday, 6 September 2018

IT WAS A SELFIE AND ‘BOTHIE’ GALORE AT THIS YEARS GLITZ STYLE AWARDS

The highly-anticipated activity in the Ghana fashion calendar, Glitz Style Awards has lived up to the billing with fashion influencers and celebrities gracing the red carpet in their most glamorous outfits while taking selfies and cool “bothies”.

This year’s event took a different twist as the stylish night extended from glam to gadgets influencers interacted with. It was a selfie and bothie galore on the night. “Bothies” are the new cooler selfies which use both the front and back phone cameras to take a seamless front and back photo.

Trendy fashion influencers such as top photographer, Rodney Quarcoo and fashion blogger, Naa Adjeley of Trends & Blends were spot on with it. Former Miss Malaika Queen and model, Hammat Montia, musical sensations King Promise and Coded of 4x4 were spotted taking selfies and bothies on the red carpet. 

Many fashion enthusiasts and influencers were captured posing for pictures, and those with the Nokia 7 plus couldn’t resist taking bothies on their device.

Sunday, 2 September 2018

See Images : Minnie Dlamini Sizzles At 2018 Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards

South African on-air personality, actress and model,  Minnie Dlamini was the belle of the ball as she returned for a third time to host the sixth annual Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards on Saturday night.

Dlamini stunned as she hosted once again alongside Nigerian TV and radio personality Ik Osakioduwa at the Eko Hotel and Suites in Lagos, Nigeria.

She had a total of four outfit changes designed by South African couturier Gert-Johan Coetzee. Her favourite was the cleavage-hugging rose gold number, with a daring high-slit.

Dlamini said the fashion moment reminded her of her dreamy wedding day with husband Quinton Jones a year ago. An embellished crown topping her blonde hairdo completed the regal ensemble.

Friday, 31 August 2018

HMD Global Partners Fourth Edition Of Glitz Style Awards

HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, are proud partners of this year’s Glitz Style Awards.

The glamorous event is in its fourth year and a highly-anticipated activity in the fashion calendar which recognizes true inspirational creativity, success and contributions to the fashion industry.

The awards night has become the much talked about fashion event in the country and has been credited as a core catalyst in the establishment of Ghana’s style and fashion industry in the international market. 

Olumide Balogun, Head of Marketing at HMD Global, West and Central Africa, said: “We believe that the fashion industry flourishes on innovation, and as a company that thrives on innovation, we are proud to be partners of this year’s glitzy occasion. At HMD Global, we believe our smartphones are vital tools enhancing the productivity and innovative lifestyles of the fashion industry”.

Thursday, 30 August 2018

Janet Jackson Styled In Designs By Ghanaian Fashion Brand Aphia Sakyi

Legendary artist and sister to the late MJ, Janet Jackson just published a hilarious social media video depicting an audition for her just released 'Made For Now' video.

Her first ever social media video sees viral YouTube and Instagram stars such as @KingBach and @BlameItOnKway auditioning for the queen (Janet Jackson) in an African cultured setting, where she the queen will approve or disapprove of the talents that perform before her, as her brother once did in his video 'Remember The Times' in front of Eddie Murphy in an Egyptian style setting.

However, in this case Janet Jackson follows the theme for the 'Made for Now' video which is decorated by rich urban African culture and her subjects and performers are all dressed in African prints and jewelry. Janet Jackson, the queen, is seen wearing an amazing statement neck piece by award winning Ghanaian accessory brand Aphia Sakyi.

See Images : Accra Mall Fashion Weekend Ends In Style

Ghana’s first large scale mall, Accra Mall, over the weekend held the second edition of its Accra Mall Fashion Weekend show as part of activities to mark its 10th anniversary.

Themed “Beauty without Standards”, the show gave shoppers, guests and the general public an opportunity to access a wide-range of fashion collections on the runway.

Speaking on the second edition, Marketing Manager of Accra Mall, Denise Asare said the world we live in has attached high standards to beauty.

“When shoppers enter a mall, they are looking for experiences beyond traditional shopping. As a result, shopping malls are now part of our lifestyle—redefining people’s personal choices on what to wear, eat, where we meet or how we see ourselves.”