Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Afro Mod Trends launches Nyornu

Ghanaian fashion label Afro Mod Trends is getting ready to unveil their new collection: New Dawn Part II - Nyornu.
The event is set for this Friday 30th August at their flagship store in Osu, Accra.
We'll be there and hope to see you there also.

Google celebrates Naa Oyoo Quartey (Roots by Naa)

After being named a Ghana Innovation hero, Naa Oyoo Quartey creative director at 'Roots by Naa' has been featured in a new series by Google: Africa Connected Success stories
Africa Connected is an initiative by Google and partners to promote the value of the web in the lives of the people of Africa.

Below are some of her products and the video

Monday, 26 August 2013


Happening this saturday at the Mensvic Grand Hotel, East Legon in Accra is a one day sales event.
There will be items and products from Ghanaian and international fashion brands on sale at bargain prices.
We hope to see you there !

OHEMAA by N'kya Designs

This is OHEMAA by N’kya Designs.
First shown in London at two events early this year the collection will also be on the runway at the  upcoming
Congo Fashion Week in September in Kinshasa.

‘Ohemaa’ means ‘Queen’ in Twi and the collection draws a lot of influence from the previous ‘Obaa’ collection. Ohemaa reflects the qualities of the N’kya woman. 
Royals require nothing but the best and N'kya uses luxurious colours and Kente cloth to appeal to women that are all about the "N’kya S’s"...Sassines, Sexiness and Style!


THOA presents Warrior 53, its AW Collection celebrating the golden age of glamor and romance. Using silks, chiffon with bits of grey fit for the winter and metallic tones representing lightening, the floor length gowns personify grace and sophistication.

Warrior 53 pays tribute to Adjeiwaah‘s late Auntie Evelyn an embodiment of pure classic glamor and strength born in the 50s.
The House of Adjeiwaah believes that “every woman should be empowered and have the opportunity to step into their own world and feel unique by transforming into a goddess.”