The biggest Hollywood musical night is here! The 61st annual Grammy Awards is back in Los Angeles. The biggest names in music did come together for the 2019 Grammys!
In true Grammys fashion, it’s bound to be a night full of surprises. So, keep up with our gallery to see what the stars are wearing as they arrive for music’s biggest night!
Photo Credit: Getty Images/ Vogue.
Meet “My Story Clothing”: Fast Rising Ghanaian Celebrity Bespoke Fashion Designer.
A lot of people these days put thread and needle to fabric to make clothes; but it takes more than just fabric and sewing equipment to make garments that register a signature.
My Story Clothing, an Accra-based fashion line is becoming a fast-growing trademark and exquisite men’s couture.
A men’s fashion brand established in 2016 by Nii Amatey Codjoe and Sergio Tackie, My Story clothing, is more than just a fashion brand but a lifestyle. The fashion house has been able to tap into some major and well respected brands who have patronized his services. Notable among them are Rocky Dawuni, Lexis Bill, Sammy Forson, Elorm Beenie, Brainy Beatz, just to name a few.
In the own words of the CEO, Nii Amatey Codjoe, “our brands highlights the wearer’s individual style in their own unique way. It deﬁnes the lifestyle for today’s hip and vibrant society. My Story has always strive to provide the most diverse range of men’s designer clothes possible, whilst still maintaining high standard of service to our clients”.
His bespoke collections resonates fashionable designs, elegance, royalty and class. A combination that gives customers excitement and complete conﬁdence in their apparel.
MyStory Clothing is a fast-rising fashion company anyone can trust, especially on delivery and beating timelines. Quality is the hallmark and the needed attention is so visible with the details of costumes in terms of branding and designs.
MyStory Clothing does delivery WORLDWIDE!
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African Designers To Succumb For 2019 Glitz Africa Fashion Week, Accra.
Ghana’s biggest annual fashion event Glitz Africa Fashion Week (GAFW), is set to stage its seventh edition as it presents a perfect opportunity for designers from, and across Africa to meet and showcase their collections.
Produced by Glitz Africa, the exciting, Pan-African celebrity, fashion and lifestyle magazine, GAFW brings together industry players and fashion enthusiasts to interact in a fun-packed week at the Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City in Accra. The event is slated for October 17 to 20, 2019.
Models, fashionistas, celebrities and influencers also meet in an atmosphere of glitz, fashion and style. Ahead of GAFW, Glitz Africa organized the Young Creative Design Talent competition to harness the skills of emerging designers and give them the platform to showcase their designs to an international audience.
The fashion week will begin with a Beauty Forum on Thursday, October 17 at the Labadi Beach Hotel followed by a private cocktail party at the residence of the French Ambassador.
Other activities lined up for GAFW include: Day 1 (October 18) – Young Design Talent show, Runway shows. Day 2 (October 19) – Business of fashion seminar, photography sessions, exhibitions, graduate show and runway shows and Day 3 (October) – Presentations, runway shows and after party
The GAFW Trade Tent/Retail Lounge will also be opened during the event for guests to interact with fashion retailers and designers and make purchases as well.
“Made In Ghana Project Yielding Positive Results. – Okyeame Kwame
Celebrated Ghanaian musician, Okyeame Kwame, has acknowledged the positive impact his ‘Made in Ghana’ project has made on the Ghanaian society so far.
Kwame, who was speaking on Joy Prime’s ‘Showbiz Now’ on Friday said so far the campaign has been able to encourage people to take pride in living the life of a Ghanaian.
“I remember that about two years ago, it would be difficult to find ‘apapransa’ or ‘ɛtɔ’ on Instagram. Today, if you post ‘bɔdeɛ ampesie’ or ‘ɛtɔ’ on Instagram you are likely to get more traction than you would have gotten two years ago,” he told Ibrahim Ben Bako in the interview.
He intimated that through the project, most people have earned their sense of ‘Ghanaian-ness’, adding that most people would now want to marry in traditional apparel unlike previously.
Okyeame Kwame is bent on encouraging and educating Ghanaians to patronise Made in Ghana products.
As part of his project, he has released an album titled ‘Made in Ghana’, which seeks to mirror the culture of people living in the various parts of the country.
He also uses his social media handles to educate people on the culture of Ghana and its tourism significance.
As the Made in Ghana Ambassador, he has dedicated himself to making sure this object is fully realised.
He has also teamed up with Darling Hair to produce Sante’s Hair product.
The ‘Made in Ghana’ album is available for sale on Aftown and other online music stores.
(Source: Kwame Dadzie)
Afronative Outdoors “Its Homecoming Szn” Merch To Mark “Year Of Return”
2019 has been an eventful year thus far, as Ghana’s Year of Return programme keeps drawing expats back home to the origin of culture and arts. Today marks the launch of Afronative’s new round of collection, dubbed the Homecoming Szn.
The collection comes in two main products – T-Shirts and denims, with plans to expand to other merchandise forms.
The T-shirts feature rare prints of African legends including Queen Nanny, the leader of the Jamaican Maroons, King Asebu Amenfi – founder of the Asebu Kingdom, Kwame Nkrumah – first prime minister and President of Ghana, having led GoldCoast into independence form the British and King Takyi – a Fante King exiled to Jamaica and known for leading the popular Tacky’s War against slave masters in Jamaica.
The homecoming szn merchandise is currently up for purchase, kindly contact Afronative sales team 0502384638, or on social media via @afronativeghana