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Photos: Ghanaian Watchmaker Launches Global Standard Watch Brand.

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Caveman watches, a wholly owned Ghanaian watch manufacturing company launches on 12/12/18. Speaking with the CEO of Caveman and TimepieceGh, Mr Anthony Dzamefe, the recently awarded Emerging Youth Innovator at Ghana Youth Event Awards 2018, he said he chose to launch CAVEMAN on 12/12/18 because not only is it his birthday but also because the journey to get here have been filled with adversity. He therefore considers the launch as a gift to himself and to all Ghanaians and also as a reminder and assurance that if you want to, you can.

Before Caveman, there was TimepieceGh, which Mr Dzamefe started in 2015, with just GHC50. He started this company because he wanted to buy a watch and it was so expensive, but rather than just complain about how much the watch cost, it birthed a curiosity in him to delve deeper into what made quality watches so special and expensive, this led to an idea at the back of his mind that one day he will love to make watches of his own. He realized that he needed to start from somewhere though, so he begun by doing the unglamorous things, like hawking watches at car parks and the mall and in front of offices etc.

One major thing Mr Dzamefe noticed during this time was the fact that all the watches he was selling, none was manufactured in Africa nor owned by Africans, so after settling in a shop in 2017/2018, he took the next step and enrolled in an online Swiss watch making course. This led to him making handmade leather straps and also the repairing of broken-down watches from there he started making wall clocks from discarded wood. He affectionately named the clocks WOODPERKER, which has all led to 12/12/18, the unveiling of CAVEMAN.

Why CAVEMAN though? Why not something more sophisticated like all other watches? According to Mr Anthony he drew and still draws a lot of inspiration from sophisticated originality, durability, and natures presence in the works of the prehistoric caveman, and therefore decided to build a brand that will have these values and be a constant reminder for us to be limitless and achievers’ whiles keeping in touch with our origins. In short, a brand that will be known for its hand made durability and will deliver everything it promises.

CAVEMAN watches will start selling on 12/12/18, you can visit their website www.cavemanwatches.com or their social media pages on Facebook and Instagram: cavemanwatches to place your orders. The amazing part is you only make payment on delivery after carefully inspecting the product to ensure its what you ordered for.

If you want to be remembered, then your wrist need a CAVEMAN watch, CAVEMAN, BE REMEMBERED.

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There Is No Financial Security In Modeling – GTP Model Araba Sey

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Award winning Ghanaian engendered model, Miss Araba Sey has revealed that, contrary to assumption which is accepted to be true without verification or proof, the Ghanaian modeling industry is financially unbarred.

According to her, the modeling industry is not financially oriented explaining that, persons employed to pose for an artist, photographer, or represents a brand activates their monetary status positive as to when they pen contractual dealings with their employees.

A cross section of patrons with the assumption believes that, models and the modeling sector at large is commercially active and capable of providing their craft with encouraging funds that has the potential of easing their way of living.

Meanwhile speaking in an interview in Nigeria, the Brand Influencer, Araba Sey dismissed the notion that professionals in the industry are financially stable because they often wonder when the next pay cheque will come from.

She explained that, modeling act can't be synchronized to monthly wages profession where as, employers are entitled to successive monthly remuneration or recompense employers for their worthy services. She added that, Models look financially attractive anytime there is a new endorsement from brands, even though it is not predestined.

However, youth activist and a philanthropist, Araba Sey revealed that, models are exposed to opportunist who try to take advantage of their desperate situation to satisfy their lustful pleasure.

The Ghanaian model urged up and coming models to establish a brand that will be a strategic advantage to their career and will embolden them with power to act effectively.

Miss Araba Sey has worked with notable and leading brands such as Ghana Textiles Printing Company Limited(GTP), Stanbic Bank, Nizoral Shampoo, Nigeria’s Superbold Magazine amongst others.

Click to watch full interview.

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Transparent Looks (Fashion Trends)

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One of the most unexpected trends to make its way from the runway to our wardrobes is the Transparent Clothing also known as PVC ("vinyl clothing").

Last year, Chanel's spring '18 runway introduced us to translucent shoes and bags, setting the tone for PVC to dominate in the summer of 2018. From clear outerwear to see-through boots and bags, the ubiquitous material took over every fashion girl's wardrobe.

Looks like Life in Plastic is really Fantastic!

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Biker Shorts (Trends)

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It is quite obvious how past fashion trends have a way of coming back, as you'll see ahead. Bike shorts are making a comeback and these figure hugging shorts aren't going anywhere soon – from range of different styles and in a variety of different colours.

Kanye West's Yeezy Season 6 collection may have brought bike shorts back into our lives, but this athleisure piece is the ultimate throwback (Who can forget Princess Diana's iconic off-duty royal looks in the '90s?).

It didn't take much convincing for the fashion crowd to get in on the game as everyone from Kim Kardashian to editors tested out the trend, pairing biker shorts with blazers, sweaters, and even heels.

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Okyeame Kwame’s Daughter Sante Releases Hairline For Kids

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Sante Antwiwaa Nsiah-Apau, daughter of Ghanaian musician Okyeame Kwame has released her hairline which is specifically formulated for kids. The products are super soft; and in the package she gives tips on how to take care of a child's hair. At present, there are four variants of the package that have been launched: Naa Deila Jumbo, Antwiwaa Kinky, Nuna Wavy and Samira curls. This hairline is part of a mother company called Santes Hair which caters to adult hair needs. The mother company is owned by Sante's auntie, Xonia Antwiwaa Sonoh-Adjei, with whom they share the same middle name (Antwiwaa). Also, the Santes Hair for Kids is one of series of products that are being launched by UNICEF Okyeame Kwame and his family. Recently, they launched OK Impressions, a pyjamas line made of African fabric. These are part of initiatives by the OK Family to project arts and tourism from all angles. In the fashion world, Okyeame Kwame and his family have earned a high place as people adore their sense of fashion. Sante, just like her brother Sir Bota, has great interest in music and arts. After releasing 'Saucing' last year, they have released 'Read,' a music project to encourage people to cultivate the habit of reading. See samples of Sante's hair below or check out for more on her Instagram page @santegenius or on the hair page is Instagram @santes_hair.
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