26 June 2015

Celebrating GH Fashion [1]

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Anyone that knows me well enough knows that the only other thing i love aside reading is fashion! No, Dont get it twisted! I am no fashionista!(well, in my head, i am the greatest fashionista that 'ever liveth'..lol) I just love to look at clothes and put them together . Well,i have been told i have a great fashion sense!*winks*

Now, to the post :-)

Ghanaians are just great when it comes to fashion and we have some really great fashion designers around. So, today, i am going to list (in no particular order) some of the best fashion designers in Ghana and showcase some of their work

Sarah Christian is a young lively lady with a zeal to create art in which people live their lives in. According to her website www.sarahchristianonlinecom, she has always had the drive and passion for fashion and worked towards it. Here are my favorite pieces from her collection. Enjoy!    

You can send them a whatsapp message on +233271450146 to place an order.

The Creative Director, Aisha Obuobi began her love affair with fashion at an early age. However, the real motivation came from watching her grandmother Christie Brown, a seamstress, create rich and vibrant garments. Today, Christie Brown stands uniquely as a women's apparel and accessories manufacturer and retailer with pieces ranging from beautiful bespoke gowns, practical yet statement pieces to innovative accessories all inspired by the African culture and art.

 For more information visit www.christiebrownonline.com

This Ghanaian fashion brand is owned by the wonderful Pokua. Her Ghanaian based brand seeks to affordable luxury women’s fashion and to provide multifunctional apparel for the trendy, stylish and sophisticated woman. Enjoy!

 visit them at www.poquapoqu.com

Thats all for today. Watch out for part 2 of Celebrating GH Fashion.


N.B- If you are a designer and wish to be featured, send me a mail myghlife01@gmail.com

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  1. Eish! My ghanaian sisters are doing really well! Very lovely designs.. African print on point! Sarah Christian is doing very well for herself. God bless u all!
    Waiting eagerly for part 2

  2. Part 2 will be up before you know it!
    it will amaze you how well Ghanaian designers are doing these days. you should try and patronize them.

  3. I just love the way they come up with elegant designs made from African fabrics.

    1. thanks for stopping by!i love love your blog!please dont stop writing!

  4. Really lovely design........

    1. maybe you should patronize them :-)

  5. great job ladies!u people are very talented. God bless the works of your hands.

  6. wow!such lovely designs!off to their websites! patiently waiting for part 2!