Ćharlotte Prive, a go to in the fashion space readies to host the second annual ‘My Christmas Wish’ Holiday Premier Fashion Show on the 15th Of December 2018.
The show after its debut last year comes off this year at the Octagon where there will be a ready-to-wear, runway event showcasing the “wish list” of Charlotte Prive looks for the holiday season. Select looks will be available for purchase on-site during the event.
Ćharlotte Prive will also be donating a percentage of proceeds from the event to charity, this will be going towards educational and creative supplies for underprivileged children in society.
Interested persons who would love to be a part of this fashion experience on the 15th December, from 6-9pm should contact RSVP; Pamela 0268708010 or Madison 0206227721.
Yvette Osei Wins Face Of GCUC ’19.
The 2019 edition of the Face Of Garden City University College (GCUC) came off over the weekend and Yvette Osei, a bachelor of science in Nursing student nabbed the crown.
The annual event which came off on the 5th of March in Kumasi at the Royal Lamerta Hotel, located at Ahodwo, had 8 beautiful contestants who battled it out and answered questions from a panel of judges.
After a series of rounds, Yvette Osei, a bachelor of science in Nursing student was adjudged the winner for the night amidst loud applause from the student crowd.
It was a sight to behold as Yvette was crowned alongside two others who came up as first and second runner ups respectively.
Congratulations to the winners and we wish them all the best in their endeavors.
Warm Their Feet (WTF); A Ghanaian Desert Boot Brand Makes Grand Entry.
Ghanaian young and enthused entrepreneur, Noel Nutsugah and partners, the wheels propelling change and inspiring hope with the ”Warm Their Feet” foundation opens up a showroom to shore up their vision to sell shoes and to put shoes on the feet of the deprived Ghanaian Child.
In a brief meeting with the press yesterday, 18th January 2019 at their newly opened showroom at Madina - Rawlings circle. Noel during his address detailed their vision, mission, the durability of the product, the make and types as well as the clientele base, they aspire to serve and how percentages from proceeds of sales go to lighten up the burden of walking barefoot to school, a phenomenon which is common in the deprived areas of Ghana.
”Our fine and classy desert boot is handmade in Ghana by WTF, a solely owned Ghanaian shoe brand. It comes in a high-quality suede leather made from the underside skin of exotic animals which makes it rugged and able to withstand hard-handed abuse.”
He continued touching on the features, ”It features a fluffy inner lining which is spread within the shoe and provides a comfortable feel to the foot. The soles are generally made from recycled gum that prevents wear and tear. Our unisex boots present a great choice between casual and formal wear.”
The touching part of the presentation made by the young CEO was when he made mention of how the company is driven by the edge to lend a hand to the less privileged in society.
”To maximize the impact of our enterprise on the community, we have put together a charity arm to the _WTF_ brand that focuses on identifying social problems, especially in the area if education and mobilizing funds to help solve these problems. We are activating the charity initiative fully this year with the first community of barefooted-school-going children identified in Brafo Yaw in the Central Region for this purpose. It is our aim to be able to do more to ensure that we are warming the feet of as many people as we can.” Shared by Noel elaborating on the foregoing statement.
In rounding up, he uncloaks the future expectations to push their frontiers to cover many more regions and give people access not only to their product but the benefit of their social impact.
Call and Whatsapp line 0241960773
Facebook account: Warm Their Feet
Instagram account: Warm Their Feet
Below are pictures of products from WTF.
Say Hi To Ama; The Psychologist Working As A Fashion Designer.
Tarsha Ama Arkoh is a self-taught fashion designer, but a trained psychologist who is currently doubling as the founder of Jamatarsh Designs.
The July 24th born in West Africa, Ghana at age 10 joined her parents in the United States. In May 2011 she graduated from Shaw junior high school in Philadelphia and from Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor of science in psychology in May 2015.
After graduating from Penn State University. Tarsha landed a job as a case manager and while she worked full-time, she enrolled in a masters program at Wilmington University to obtain a degree in Business Administration. Along the line, she discovered her talent and passion for designing. Her masters was then put on hold to follow her dreams of becoming a fashion designer which birth “Jamatarsh”.
Tarsha realizing her undying love for creating and sketching made it a point to scratch designs every day. She hand-crafted her own garments and made it a point to be the center of attention every Sunday when she attended church.
“Jamatarsh designs, customize unique designs that caters for Men, Women, and kids in all sizes and shapes. Jamatarsh is a ready-to-wear bold print clothing line which offers quality, trendy African and American inspired fashion at affordable prices. Jamatarsh loves creating one of a kind statement pieces that focuses on our clients shape, size and personalities. Our designs are constructed to bring out the confidence in all of our clients worldwide.” She shared with Kwesi Omega in an interview.
Allow Jamatarsh designs take care of your wear and you will never be disappointed. Take a look at some of their works below.
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